South African and International Art, Decorative Arts & Books

Online-Only Auction, 27 January - 6 February 2017

Decorative Arts and Furniture

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ZAR 2 811
Lot 381
  • A miscellaneous group of five silver decanter labels, various makers, London, 1815-1849


Lot Estimate
ZAR 2 000 - 3 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium & VAT
ZAR 2 811

About this Item

A miscellaneous group of five silver decanter labels, various makers, London, 1815-1849

comprising: a George III sherry example, possibly William Elliott, 1815, with gadrooned leaf-and-shell border, incised 'SHERRY'; a port and a madeira example, Charles Rawlings & William Summers, 1836 and 1849, rectangular, with curved corners; a George IV sherry example, Joseph Angel I, 1821, rectangular with canted corners; and a Victorian madeira example, Charles Reilly & George Storer, 1839, similar, 61g all in

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