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Vidonia Wine Label, Newcastle c.1790

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£220.00
Wine Label - Vidonia; Oval Neck Ring - Newcastle c.1790 by John Langlands & John Robertson - 4.5cm wide; 5.5cm diameter ring; 14g - AT/4918

Vidonia Wine Label, Newcastle c.1790






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This attractive silver wine label has rarity appeal on three levels: Newcastle-made, the scarce name of Vidonia and it is displayed as a neck ring rather than with the standard belcher chain.

 

A further bonus for this oval ticket is the crested shield-shaped cartouche surmount which is also the point of fixing to the circular neck ring. The reverse side is clearly marked for the most important 18thC Newcastle silversmiths, Langlands & Robertson. There is a minor flaw on the reverse side adjacent to the marks, but otherwise it is in fine condition throughout.

 

Vidonia is a dry white wine from Tenerife.

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