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Pair Ironstone Ham Stands


A good pair of Edwardian ironstone ham stands that would have originally graced a nineteenth century counter-service food store.  The ham was stood on top, its curve fitting into the stand's well, so it could be easily carved in situ - as well as beautifully displayed. Our pair of stands have a wonderful weight, and an exceptionally pleasing shape. 

Their pared-back pleasing shape and off-white ironstone colour provide a glimpse into Victorian utilitarianism and into nineteenth century daily life and its needs – which now chimes with our own twenty first century ideals and pared-back modern aesthetic. Stand a plate on top, and they can be used to display and serve pies, cakes, tarts, whatever you please.

Year of manufacture: c.1900

Origin: England 

Material: ceramic ironstone

Dimensions: Diameter 19cm Height 19cm

Condition: excellent with no restoration, just one very tiny nick to the under side of one stand, but nothing to worry about.

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