A pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1807 by John Emes.
A pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1807 by John Emes.
A pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1807 by John Emes.
A pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1807 by John Emes.

A pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1807 by John Emes.

1807 london

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£1,950 gbp
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The Butter Shells are of typical form and the main body is modelled as a scallop shell with plain carrying handle. Each shell stands on three winkle feet and is very well marked.

Width: 5 inches, 12.5cm
Length: 5.45 inches, 13.63cm
Weight: 9oz
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