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A George II oval cake-basket on three scroll and shell feet

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A George II oval cake-basket on three scroll and shell feet, the lower part of the body pierced with formal foliage motifs and the broad shaped border pierced and chased with vine foliage, bunches of grapes and at either end with bacchanalian masks, the swing handle springing from two caryatid figures, the centre of the baskets chased with a band of wave ornament and flowers on matted ground engraved with a crest, by Robert Brown, 1742 16 1/4in. long.

ID:  2788


West Midlands

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