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A very fine George III cast Bacchanalian Wine Label made in London in 1806 by Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson


This heavy cast example is modelled in the scarce Bacchanalian style and displays two bacchus, one carrying a basket full of grapes and the other making merry with a wine flask and ewer. The bottom of the label displays a satyr mask, flanked by vines, grapes and scrolls. This piece is in exceptional condition and is pierced with the uncommon title of VIN DE GRAVE.

Length: 2.2 inches, 5.5cm.
Width: 2.75 inches, 6.88cm.