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A George IV Butter Shell made in London in 1827 by Emes & Barnard

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The bowl of this exceptional shell is modelled as a wide rayed scallop shell and stands on three winkle feet. The carrying handle is decorated with attractive acanthus foliage and Rococo shells. Emes & Barnard made some of the finest Butter Shells at this date.



Length: 6 inches.

Width: 5.75 inches.

Weight: 7oz
Year
1827