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John Castle-Harris shell design on all types of furniture and decorative arts from the 17th century onwards. Scalloped edges or ridges refers to a wavy pattern reminiscent of the edge of a scallop's shell, sometimes seen on ceramics.'>shell motif' data-content='As the scallop shell is symetrically proportioned, it has been used as the basis of a shell design on all types of furniture and decorative arts from the 17th century onwards. scalloped edges or ridges refers to a wavy pattern reminiscent of the edge of a scallop's shell, sometimes seen on ceramics.'>scallop rimmed bowl. Pink and green with applied berries and leaves. Several chips to leaves. Diameter 22.5. Height 8.5 cm

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