Antique bin label Brandy English early 19th century
Ceramic Brandy bin label with glazed. Indistinctly marked with a crown and NW. English early19th century.
Condition: Very good. with no chips, cracks or evidence or restoration.
Note: Brandy gets its name from the Dutch word 'brandewijn', meaning burnt wine. And similar to wine, most brandies are made from grapes, so are historically aligned with wine regions
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