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An extremely rare George III Asparagus/Bacon Dish made in London in 1777 by John Denziloe

£ 2,450

This rare dish is rectangular in form and has a raised rim which is decorated with a beaded band. This piece has two heart shaped beaded carrying handles, which are decorated with a single flower head. The centre of the main body is engraved with a contemporary Crest, flanked by a crossed branch cartouche. The Dish is in excellent condition and is very well marked on the reverse. This type of dish is extremely rare. These dishes are termed asparagus/bacon dishes, however some believe that they were used for canapes. They could, however, be used for a wide variety of things on the dining table.

Length, handle to handle: 10.8 inches, 27cm.
Width: 5.65 inches, 14.13cm.
Weight: 8oz,