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A pair of Swansea armorial circular two-handled sauce-tureens

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A pair of Swansea armorial circular two-handled sauce-tureens, covers and stands, painted, probably by William Billingsley, with gilt scrolls and foliage dividing bronzed gilt two-handled vases of flowers, the arms with the motto Frangas non flectes (both bowls extensively damaged, finial lacking, one cover riveted) - red stencil marks, the stands 7 1/2in. diam. The arms are Clark of Hereford impaling Parkinson.

ID:  61272


Argyll & Bute

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