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An extremely rare William IV Caviar/Butter Dish, Cover and Stand made in London in 1832 by The Barnards.


The Dish is circular in form with slightly tapering sides decorated with wide reeded bands and two raised rectangular side handles. The stepped, domed, removable cover terminates in a very unusual baluster finial. The circular stand has a raised rim and is decorated with a reeded edge. The stand was made by the same makers, however is dated 1828. This leads us to believe that there must have been an identical earlier dish and this was made to match it. All pieces are engraved with the same contemporary Crest. This is an extremely rare example from this period, as very few were made with a cover and stand.

Height: 4 inches, 10cm.

Length, handle to handle: 6 inches, 15cm.

Weight: 20oz.