BEECHWOOD FINEST TONGUE & CORNED BEEF SLICER
Doulton & Co Lambeth ~ England c. 1890
This large Victorian stoneware vessel is a tongue and corned beef slicing machine. The separate base cranks upward as the tongue is sliced from the top. Works fine but quite rusty. Measuring 8 3/4 inches wide x 9 inches tall, weighing a hefty 10 pounds. The vessel is transfer printed in black over the earthenware body with ornate handles.
Great condition with a hairline to the backside rim and a kiln chip to the front. Heavy crazing normal for this age..