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First seen in the UK during the 1730’s, the silver wine label, or ‘Bottle Ticket’, was designed to be used to indicate the contents of a particular decanter or bottle. As the use of decanters became more popular, the use of the wine label followed, which resulted in a wide variety of designs being created as fashions changed. Early examples, rare and intricate designs, and those for rare and unusual wines, are highly sought after by collectors all over the world.
Hallmarked In 1982
Hallmarked in London in 1982 by Brian R. Cain, this stylish, Mid-Century Modern, Elizabeth II, Set of 6 Sterling Silver Decanter Labels, feature a bark effect finish, with raised and polished spirit names. The set together weighs 4 troy ounces together.
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