A fine pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1808 by Thomas Pitts II.
A fine pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1808 by Thomas Pitts II.
A fine pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1808 by Thomas Pitts II.
A fine pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1808 by Thomas Pitts II.
A fine pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1808 by Thomas Pitts II.
A fine pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1808 by Thomas Pitts II.

A fine pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1808 by Thomas Pitts II.

1808 London

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The Dishes each stand on three winkle feet and the main body is modelled to simulate a scallop shell. The unusually shaped carrying handle has a raised rim and is engraved with a contemporary Crest of a Phoenix rising from the flames. Both are in excellent condition and are very well marked.

Length: 5.9 inches, 14.75cm.
Width: 5.1 inches, 12.75cm
Weight: 10oz.

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