Victorian heavy silver

Victorian heavy silver "Brandy" label, London 1841

Code: 6634-57


W: 6cm (2.4")H: 6cm (2.4")


A very heavy and large "Brandy" decanter label, made in London in 1841 by Charles Reilly and George Storer. This exceptionally high quality label was cast with a devil's head and gothic style rim. There are a full set of hallmarks and an engraved crest on the front (crest of the Clinton family of Warwickshire).  The Brandy word is cut out of the label, a very useable piece of silver.

WEIGHT;  37grams or 1.2ozst.