Hester Bateman Silver Madeira Wine Label
Hester Bateman Silver Madeira Wine Label Hester Bateman Silver Madeira Wine Label
Hester Bateman Silver Madeira Wine Label

Hester Bateman Silver Madeira Wine Label

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    A sterling silver madeira wine label crafted by the preeminent female English silversmith, Hester Bateman. This label is even more desirable due to the fact that it bears the very first maker's mark this Queen of the Georgian Silversmiths registered in 1761. Madeira is a fortified white wine from the island of the same name and is one of a group of islands in the Atlantic which are autonomous regions of Portugal.

    Bears the first Hester Bateman maker's mark, which dates this label between 1761-1773

    2 5/8" wide
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    Maker: Bateman, Hester
    Period: 18th Century
    Origin:England
    Type:Wine & Spirits
    Depth:1.25 Inches
    Width:2.25 Inches
    Height:0.1 Inches
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