Scottish Wine Label Teneriffe

JAMES MACKAY II, EDINBURGH 1811
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A very good quality George III heavy cast silver Wine Label of shaped oval form with shell and scroll border, incised for Teneriffe on a scroll shaped name plate, on matted ground.

By James Mackay II, Edinburgh, 1811. See Wine Labels 1730 – 2003, by John Salter, page 56, fig 185.

In good condition with no damage or repair. It is quite unusual to see this Scottish design as a cast label, much more common are the later die-stamped versions.

47 mm x 30 mm. 19 grams.

Sold - £260.00

Condition
In good condition with no damage or repair. It is quite unusual to see this Scottish design as a cast label, much more common are the later die-stamped versions.
Dimensions
H
30  mm (1.18 inches)
W
47  mm (1.85 inches)
Country
Scotland
Stock Code
TB155
Medium
Silver