Bin label Vidonia English early 19th century

Bin label Vidonia English early 19th century

Code: 20

Dimensions:

W: 12.6cm (5")H: 8cm (3.1")D: 0.5cm (0.2")

£245.00 Approx $311.31, €286.21, £245
 

Ceramic bin label title Vidonia with straight edge shoulders English Mid 19th century.

Condition Very good. 

Note: Vidonia is an old colloquial term for the historic whites of the island of Tenerife, traditionally dominated by listán blanco and generally field blends.

Further information: Bin labels are the lowly but elder relations of decanter labels and served a different purpose. Their origins go back to the mid 17th century when the binning or storage of wines first became important. They then served a utilitarian purpose identifying unmarked bottles in lying in the depths of gentlemen's or wine merchants cellars. They were either directly nailed to a shelf on which were stored the bottles or barrels or directly to the barrel itself.

Bin labels are in the main made from pottery including Delftware and creamware, or broadly speaking, earthenware. They are therefore highly susceptible to damage and therefore there are far fewer bin labels than decanter labels in existence. 

Marris  Antiques - I have been a specialist antique glass dealer since 1986.  My stock consists of a wide range of antique 18th and 19th century English and Irish glass including antique drinking glasses, rummers, tumblers, decanters, coloured glass and a selection of late 19th & early 20th century Whitefriars glass. My website displays a small selection of my glass, however, if you are looking for something specific and cannot find it, please do not hesitate to contact me direct from my website contact page,  Email mail@marrisantiqueglass.com or Telephone: +44 (0)7841 500644.