M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
PAIR GEORGE II SILVER ESCUTCHEON BOTTLE TICKETS
Sandilands Drinkwater, London, c1745-1750
Of escutcheon form, the centers incised for PORT and MADEIRA,
within borders flat chased with grape clusters and leaves on a dot-pricked ground;
with suspensory chains
Each marked with a script SD crown above, and George II lion passant,
(Grimwade #3792, registered 1738)
Sandiland Drinkwater is known for his early escutcheon labels,
such appearing "to have been his principle if not entire output". (Grimwade p. 494)
Made entirely by hand, these small labels (tickets) exhibited very find craftsmanship
and are very sought after amongst collectors of early wine silver.
Prior to these early bottle tickets, wines had been identified by a string-tied parchment label.
Condition : Excellent with only some polishing loss of outer detailing surrounding the grape leaves
2.25" Wide / .8 oz.
Marks, Left Ticket
Marks, Right Ticket
Also See :
Three George II Silver Escutcheon Bottle Tickets, c1739-50
James Slater, London, 1739-50
Thomas Rush, London c1740
William Cripps, London, 1743-50
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