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Liberty Pewter and Enamel Dish
Polished pewter twin-handled dish with a richly coloured blue and green enamel base to the central well.
Made for and sold by Liberty & Co of London in the early 1900’s.
The top edge of the bowl is surrounded by a pretty pierced cloverleaf design, with the two pleasingly shaped handles on each side.
Marked beneath ‘English Pewter, Made in England’ and numbered 0287.
From time to time we’ve come across these in poor condition but this one is very clean. The diameter is 28 cm.