This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A rare George IV silver Sauce Label of cut-cornered rectangular form with double reeded border, incised for Coratch.

By Charles Rawlings, London, 1825

CORATCH, an alternative spelling for CORRACHI, was an Indian Sauce supposedly coming from Karachi in India.

A Victorian recipe suggested taking two shallots, a sliced clove of garlic, an ounce of chilies, a wine glassful of soy and a wine glassful of walnut liquor, put into a pint of vinegar; infuse for three weeks; and then filter for use.


H 15 mm (0.59 inches), W 25 mm (0.98 inches)


2.50 Grams (0.08 troy ounces)

Condition report

In good condition with no damage or repair

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