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A swan swimming in profile to left, its beak open, irradiated sun at upper left, in oval within a rectangle, with motto: 'Omina fiunt cum sole et sale'; below, a pendant wreath with a cypher.
- Production date
- 1740-1747 (c.)
Height: 105 millimetres (cropped)
Width: 90 millimetres (cropped)
- Curator's comments
- From an album of Andrew Lawrence's works, for which see 1870,0514.2357. The design is very similar to that of a salt wrapper made for the company Seignette, which has the same motto and is lettered as having been designed by Sève, in the Waddesdon Collection (accession number 3622.214.171.124). See also 1870,0514.2406, a vignette by Lawrence after Sève.
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