Antique Victorian retail scales in polished iron. These incredibly decorative nineteenth century scales were manufactured by William Parnall of Bristol, who initially created weights and measures in 1820 before expanding into shop keeping equipment and shop fittings. Due to the prominence of fruits, vegetables and earns of wheat or corn used as decorative motifs, it is likely that this beautiful and large item was originally produced for a company dealing in these types of provisions.
117cm height x 91.5cm width x 68.5cm depth
Dimensions are approximate.