Painted decoration attributed to a member of the Beilby family, Newcastle, England, active c. 1761 - c. 1778
It was the fashion in eighteenth-century England to label decanters with their intended contents, either by hanging an engraved silver plate from a chain around the neck or by engraving or painting the label on the decanter itself. "Port" appears on this decanter.
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