A very unusual set of six George III miniature circular Dishes made in London in 1800 by Henry Nutting.
A very unusual set of six George III miniature circular Dishes made in London in 1800 by Henry Nutting.
A very unusual set of six George III miniature circular Dishes made in London in 1800 by Henry Nutting.
A very unusual set of six George III miniature circular Dishes made in London in 1800 by Henry Nutting.
A very unusual set of six George III miniature circular Dishes made in London in 1800 by Henry Nutting.
A very unusual set of six George III miniature circular Dishes made in London in 1800 by Henry Nutting.

A very unusual set of six George III miniature circular Dishes made in London in 1800 by Henry Nutting.

1800 London

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The Dishes, most probably for sweetmeats, are circular in form with a raised reeded border engraved with a contemporary Crest. All are in excellent condition and are very well marked. These are usually made by Henry Nutting and are of the finest quality. They could be used for a number of purposes on the table.

Diameter: 4.1 inches, 10.25cm.
Weight: 18oz in weight, the set.
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