A set of four wine labels, thread-edge rectangular with shell motifs. All from the same dies, two hallmarked in 1828 for William Eaton and two in 1830 for Rawlings & Summers. William Eaton, and his widow Elizabeth who carried on the business, are more known for producing flatware and so it is likely that the two labels of 1828 were ordered in from Rawlings & Summers before being hallmarked at Goldsmiths' Hall.
All are engraved on the back with the crest of Gunning.