An Anglo-Indian ivory carving of the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool as a mercury thermometer
Stock Number: y3242
A very fine Anglo-Indian ivory carving of the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool as a mercury thermometer. Carved in sections and joined together using steel and brass pins and screws.
From the Estate of the Earl and Countess of Stradbroke, Melbourne Australia
|Circa Late 19th to early 20th Century A.D., India|
|Height: 21 cm / Width: 7.5 cm|
||Some minor fissures in the main body, with what appears to be an original makers repair on the top reverse.|