A sailor’s carved cow horn. English, circa 1810A sailor’s carved cow horn. English, circa 1810

A sailor’s carved cow horn


Circa 1810




Length 14 ½ inches


The Butler Collection

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A sailor’s carved cow horn, the hollow curved body incised with naïve depictions of a compass rose, the three floral emblems of Great Britain, a peacock, a mermaid, a kangaroo, a winged seal, two warships flying the red ensign, fish and a three-storey building with a spire, the wider end sealed with a wooden disc and metal collar.  Signed J Conley and H Broom. English, circa 1810.



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