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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "Antique George III Newcastle Sterling Silver ‘Rum’ Decanter Label / Bottle Ticket"
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The body is embellished with the engraved name ‘RUM' to the centre.
The label is suspended by two ring loops to the upper border connected by a silver belcher style chain.
This fine example of Georgian silverware has been crafted by the Newcastle maker Thomas Watson but assayed in London; this was an occasional practice with smaller items of Newcastle silver, where no town mark was struck.
0.3 troy ounces/9.1g
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Full hallmarks struck to the reverse of the ticket are all very clear.
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Origin: Newcastle Upon Tyne, England
|Height||2.30 cm||(0.91 inches)|
|Width||4.30 cm||(1.69 inches)|
|External Height||0.80 cm||(0.31 inches)|
|External Width||1.70 cm||(0.67 inches)|
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear