Olive green wine bottle bearing a seal of the Clive Arms C1780
Olive green glass bottle, long neck with tooled lip and string ring, rounded sloping shoulder and narrow body. Basal kick and sand pontil scar. Bearing a seal of the Clive arms. Clive arms: on a fess three mullets, within an oval shield, surmounted the motto AUDACTER ET SINCERE (boldly and sincerely), supporters an elephant and griffin, surmounted by a baron’s coronet.C1770-1780. Height: 27.5 cm. Attributed to Edward Clive, 2nd Baron Clive (1754–1839(.
Condition: Very good with no chips, cracks or restoration.
Provenance: This bottle originated from the cellar of a house on the Walcot Hall Estate and purchased prior to the refurbishment of the house in 2014. Walcot Hall was purchased by Robert Clive in 1761.
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