An extremely rare Commonwealth Wine Taster made in London in 1658, Maker's Mark of ET, with a crescent below.
An extremely rare Commonwealth Wine Taster made in London in 1658, Maker's Mark of ET, with a crescent below.
An extremely rare Commonwealth Wine Taster made in London in 1658, Maker's Mark of ET, with a crescent below.

An extremely rare Commonwealth Wine Taster made in London in 1658, Maker's Mark of ET, with a crescent below.

1658 London

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The Wine Taster is circular in form, with raised sides decorated with very unusual stylised foliate motifs and punch bead bands. The centre of the bowl is decorated with an unusual raying flower head, the petals interspersed with beaded bands. The Wine Taster has two "S" scroll wirework handles and is well marked on the side of the main body. The maker's mark of ET, with a crescent below, is illustrated on page 122 of Jackson's Silver & Gold Marks.

Height: 1.1 inches, 2.75cm.
Length, handle to handle: 4.6 inches, 11.5cm.
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