Estimated at £400 - £600
A TRINITY HOUSE MEAT PLATTER, CIRCA 1840
with brown transfer-printed crest and decorated rim, the reverse with maker's marks and transfer for Copeland & Garrett; complete with matching strainer -- 20½in. (52cm,) wide; together with another platter of the same pattern 23in. (58.5cm.) wide
The substantial nature of these dishes suggests they were for use aboard one of the Trinity House yachts.
First platter: 2in. rim chip from rim and short crack from mid-left rim; otherwise wear commensurate with age to this and other, larger platter as per images.
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Auction: Maritime and Scientific Models, Instruments & Art ('Hesperus'), Tue, 30th Apr 2019
Pictures and Naval - 1-61
Sailor Art - 65-97
Shipwreck and East India Co. - 100-125
Collectables inc. Rowing, Liner and Fittings - 128-167
Ship Models - 250-287
Saturday, 27th April
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Sunday, 28th April
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Monday, 29th April
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Tuesday, 30th April
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