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Crayfish Salt

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  • Crayfish Salt. Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory. The salt is formed of a deep open, oval shell, resting on a rocky mound base modelled with seaweed, and applied with crustacea, a large naturalistic crayfish flanking the shell. The whole is painted in naturalistic colours. Soft-paste porcelain, moulded and painted in red, yellow, green, brown and black enamels, height, whole, 7 cm, circa 1752-1755. Chelsea, England.
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