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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "A pair of Irish George III mahogany brass bound plate buckets"
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Buckets of this type were generally used in the country houses of Britain and Ireland for carrying larger quantities of plates by servants from the butler’s pantry to the dining table, when setting for dinner. They were often left in the dining room during the meal so were made to good quality and attractive form as they would be seen by the master and the lady of the house.
|Height||16.00 cm||(6.30 inches)|