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An extremely fine George III Dish Cross made in London in 1772 by William Plummer

£ 2,950

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The Dish Cross is of typical X form with sliding supports. The shaped base of each support is modelled to simulate a flower head. The top section of the support, where the dish would be placed, is also pierced with a stylised fan shaped design. The section where the supports slide along the arms is pierced with trellis work and the arms each terminate in a stylised flower head. The central baluster burner would have contained the wick and paraffin and has a detachable cover which is decorated with gadrooned and reeded bands. The Dish Cross is in excellent condition and is of a beautiful design. This piece is very well marked on the burner, each of the arms and the feet - in total in eleven places.

Length: 10.5 inches, 26.25cm.
Height: 3.5 inches, 8.75cm.
Weight: 14oz
Year
1772