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A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SILVER BUTTER-DISHES
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A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SILVER BUTTER-DISHES

MARK OF JOSEPH AND JOHN ANGELL, LONDON, 1833 AND 1835

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A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SILVER BUTTER-DISHES
MARK OF JOSEPH AND JOHN ANGELL, LONDON, 1833 AND 1835
Each formed as a scallop shell on three whelk feet, the valve cast and chased with dolphins, foliate scrolls and shells on a textured ground, with a central cartouche engraved with a crest, marked on reverse
6 in. (15 cm.) long
12 oz. (370 gr.)
The crest is that of Botfield for Beriah Botfield, Esq. (1807-1863). (2)
Provenance
Beriah Botfield, Esq. (1807-1863), Norton Hall, Northamptonshire and by whom bequeathed to the Thynne family, and then by descent to Viscount Weymouth, later 6th Marquess of Bath
Trustees of the Longleat Chattels Settlement; Christie's London, 13 June 2002, lot 414.
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