Butter Pat Queen Elizabeth II Coronation 1953 Victoria BC Canada
This is a square ceramic butter pat made to be sold in Victoria, B. C. Canada for the coronation in 1953 of Queen Elizabeth II of England.
The 4 inch square dish features the Anthony Armstrong-Jones lovely photograph of Queen Elizabeth for the coronation which is one of my favorites.
The square butter pat, which can also be used as a teabag caddy, has besides metallic gold trim the words Victoria, BC at the top and Stelck's at the bottom.
I know that the name Stelck is prominent in Victoria.
The butter dish was made by Lancaster and Sandland, England and has the impressed mark of Butter 562.
The butter pat or tea bag holder is in very good +++ used vintage condition with no chips, cracks or gold wear.
A wonderful souvenir.
We Also Recommend
Bowl Wedgwood Blue Jasperware Candy Bowl 1970s Aurora And The Dawn Chariot Jasper
English Salt Dips 4 Art Deco Silver And Cobalt Blue Glass Liners Open Salts 1920-1930s
Queen Elizabeth II Silver Wedding Dish Pair 1972 Wedgwood Dark Blue Jasper Boxed
Pair Brown Transferware Cereal Bowls Olde English Countryside Johnson Brothers 1970s