Maker’s mark of Barnard Brothers
The warming stands by Matthew Boulton. Birmingham, circa 1840
Length: 14 7/8 in, (37.8 cm)
Weight: 135 oz. 10 dwt, (4,214g)
The dishes rectangular with gadrooned rims with shells flanked by acanthus at corners, the high domed covers with gadrooned band and heraldic lion passant form finial, the conforming stands raised on paw feet, removable warming pans weighted, covers engraved with a coat-of-arms on both sides and dishes engraved with crest, marked on dishes, covers, finials, and stands.
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