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Claret 'Four Leaf Clover' Label, 1808

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Wine Label - Claret; Gilt Clover - London 1808 by Benjamin & James Smith - 5.4cm wide; 57g - PB/3263

Claret 'Four Leaf Clover' Label, 1808




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The clover leaf is one of the most sought after wine label forms and this is a wonderful example of the type. Benjamin and James Smith were an important silversmithing partnership of two brothers producing fine quality silver for the Royal Goldsmiths, Rundell, Bridge & Rundell. This cast four leaf clover label is pierced claret to the centre and the central section is free from gilding so that it stands out from the gold background. A good heavy label on a fine quality belcher chain, this is a fabulous piece of Regency silver.
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