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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "THE ANTROBUS BASKET. A very unusual and exceptionally fine George III Fruit or Bread Basket made in London in 1810 by Joseph Story & William Elliott."
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The Arms are those of Antrobus, for Sir Edmund Antrobus, 1st Baronet, created 1815, FRS, FSA, of Antrobus Hall, County Chester. He died unmarried in 1826 and was succeeded, by Special Remainder, by his nephew Sir Edmund, as the 2nd Baronet. The Antrobuses are a family of great antiquity in County Chester. The Antrobus family are also Lords of the Manor of Amesbury, County Wiltshire.
The Basket is of a most attractive size and when not in use would be a most beautiful piece to have on display.
Length: 12 inches, 30cm
Width: 10 inches, 25cm
Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd
12 The Old Power Station
121 Mortlake High Street