MATTHEW BOULTON.  A rare George III Toast Rack made in Birmingham in 1812 by the Matthew Boulton Company.
MATTHEW BOULTON.  A rare George III Toast Rack made in Birmingham in 1812 by the Matthew Boulton Company.
MATTHEW BOULTON.  A rare George III Toast Rack made in Birmingham in 1812 by the Matthew Boulton Company.
MATTHEW BOULTON.  A rare George III Toast Rack made in Birmingham in 1812 by the Matthew Boulton Company.

MATTHEW BOULTON. A rare George III Toast Rack made in Birmingham in 1812 by the Matthew Boulton Company.

1812 Birmingham

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The Toast Rack has six arched wire work divisions and stands on a rectangular gadrooned platform. This example has four cast panel feet, with a gadrooned edge and triple bead end. The Toast Rack has an oval carrying handle, with unusual triple arch motif below. This piece is in excellent condition and has crisp marks. A desirable example from the workshops of Matthew Boulton.

Length: 6 inches, 15cm.
Width: 4.25 inches, 10.63cm
Height: 4.5 inches, 11.3cm
Weight: 10oz.
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