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A Victorian silver decanter label for Sherry, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1843
Lot 37

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R 2 500 - 3 000
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A Victorian silver decanter label for Sherry, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1843


rectangular, engraved ‘SHERRY’, enclosed by a pierced grape-and-vine border to a later metal chain, 6,3cm wide, 20g all in; and another, Turner & Simpson, Birmingham, 1856, shield-shaped, headed by the mask of Bacchus surrounded by grapes and foliage to a later chain, stamped ‘MADE IN ENGLAND’, 5,8cm wide, 20g all in

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