Dish 12” by Townsend & Compton
This 12” dish is marked by Townsend and Compton who worked in London in 1801-1817. It has a nicely hammered booge. The condition of the metal is fine and you can see the turning lines on the front and back of the dish. The mark is fine as struck. Townsend and Compton were Quakers and exported mainly to the Quaker communities around Philadelphia. This 12” size fits easily into most cupboards and is good as an underplate.