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Georgian Silver Wine Label

£285

Stock: 9475

Date: Circa 1750

Maker: John Harvey I

Country: England

A very pretty antique sterling silver bottle ticket with a silver chain. Good quality with cast vine decoration and a...

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Description

Description

A very pretty antique sterling silver bottle ticket with a silver chain. Good quality with cast vine decoration and a scroll across the centre engraved “SHERRY”.

Weight 20 grams.

Measures 6.2 x 4.5 cm.

Stamped with makers mark for John Harvey I, London.

Circa 1750.

Condition

The label is in good condition with one small fault. Makers mark only, stamped twice. One of the makers marks has been punched right through the label creating a hole.

Maker Information

Maker: John Harvey I

John Harvey I, apprenticed to Mathew Judkins of the Fishmongers Company, free 1737. 1st mark entered as smallworker 1738. 2nd mark (new standard) as largeworker 1739. 3rd mark (Sterling) as largeworker 1739. 4th mark 1745. 5th mark 1746. 6th mark 1748. 7th mark 1750.

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