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A very rare George II Escutcheon Wine Label made in London circa 1740-45 by Sandylands Drinkwater.


The Label is modelled in the escutcheon form and is finely chased with crisp trailing vines and grapes. The face is engraved with the rare name of BURGUNDY and displays exceptional niello filled lettering. This example is well marked on the reverse, with the makers mark and sterling mark. This is one of the earliest Burgundy labels we have offered over all of the years.

Length: 2.1 inches, 5.25cm.