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George III Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coolers

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Reference
8842
Smart and highly sought after pair of George III barrel shaped Old Sheffield Plate wine coolers.
Circa. 1810-20.

These wine coolers are complete with a removable lead liner held in place by an Old Sheffield Plate collar.
A contemporary family crest of a spotted wild cat is engraved on the side of each wine cooler. The base of each cooler is stamped with a pictorial makers mark of a phoenix. One cooler is stamped with a figure 1 on the collar as well as the base of the body. The other cooler is stamped with a figure 2. This style of wine cooler is the most desirable but hard to find.
When not used for cooling wine they look very impressive filled with flowers.

Height: 7.5 inches (19.05cm) excluding handles
Diameter: 8.25 inches (20.9m) - top rim
Diameter: 5.25 inches (13.33cm) - inside of collar
Year
c 1810
Medium
Old Sheffield Plate
Origin
Sheffield
Condition
Very good