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Georgian Cut Glass Condiment Bottle, Circa 1790 With "Anchovy" Silver Sauce Label By Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1814

Status: This item has been sold
Sold by: Julie Cartwright Antiques

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This is an exquisite Georgian cut glass condiment bottle. Of baluster form with notch-cut decorations and mounted on a square lemon squeezer foot. The spouted neck with original stopper. Sold with a delightful and rather rare Georgian silver "Anchovy" sauce label hallmarked for Birmingham 1814 and bearing the marks of Matthew Linwood. The label is fully hallmarked, which is a bonus, as it is not often the case for such small Georgian items.
Hallmarks on label:
ML for Matthew Linwood.
Lion passant.
Duty Mark.
Birmingham Assay mark.
Date letter "q" for 1814.
Dimensions: 2.75cm x 1.2. cm.
Condition: Very good.
Dimensions of bottle:
Height: 19cm / 7.4 inches.
Base: 5cm x 5cm / 2 inches x 2 inches.
Very good.
Glass in perfect condition.
No repairs.
label in very good condition.
Postage UK: 8 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: 15 International Signed For.
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Internal Ref: AOUT88


This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Georgian.


Height = 19 cm (7.5")
Width = 5 cm (2.0")
Depth = 5 cm (2.0")

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Julie Cartwright Antiques
United Kingdom

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