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Brass Butcher's Quality Sign

Schorr & Dobinsky

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Brass Butcher's Quality Sign
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Brass Butcher's Quality Sign

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Antique; 19th century
Very Good; worn paint
Country of Origin:
26.5" L x 6" W x 2" H

Why We Love This

An embossed brass sign originally used in French butcher shops to proclaim the quality of the meats being sold. This sign proclaims "Meats 1st Choice." These signs were used throughout France from the mid-19th- through the early-20th-centuries and are now quite difficult to find. The majority of the sign's original red and black paint has been worn off as a result of cleaning over the years. Piece came from a collection from the city of Bourges.
As described by Schorr & Dobinsky

About Schorr & Dobinsky

Schorr & Dobinsky was founded by Rosemary Schorr and Barry Dobinsky in 1984 and specializes in French, Belgian, and Italian furniture, lighting, and accessories. Furniture is sold both in restored, ready-to-use, and "as found" conditions. A large inventory of fully restored industrial antiques is available, as is a wide variety of garden furniture, planters, urns, and statuary. Fresh merchandise is constantly available, with a new container arriving every 10-12 weeks.