Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Butter Pat Victoria BC Stelcks
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This is a neat Lancaster and Sandland, England butter pat or butter dish that was made for the coronation in 1953 of Queen Elizabeth II. The 4 inch square butter pat has a sepia photograph of the queen done by her brother in law Loed Snowdon for the coronation. The butter pat also has gold lettering saying Victoria, BC at the top ond Stelck's at the bottom. The name Stelck is still around in Victoria, but I don't know who commissioned this butter dishes. The dishes are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear. Butter pats are being used now as attractive and interesting tea bag caddies, and this piece of British Royal memorabilia would be a great conversation starter.
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- Fraternal, Political, Organizations
- Lancaster & Sandland
- Width: 4 inches
- Height: 0.5 inch
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0.31 pound
- royal memorabilia, royal commemorative