Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Entree Dishes or Serving Dishes, 1843 Antique

Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Entree Dishes or Serving Dishes, 1843 Antique
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1843 England
A pair of beautiful Victorian solid silver entree dishes in a classic oval form. These entree dishes are of particularly good weight and quality. The bases have impressive shell & gadroon borders on the rim and the lids feature a matching applied bank on the flat tops. The lids have ornate handles that mirror the shell & gadroon patterning and are removable so the lids can be used as a second set of serving dishes. Once inverted the lids show a traditional gadroon border.

Date: 1843.
Made in London.
Made By Daniel & Charles Houle.

Approx. total weight 4.4kgs / 143oz
Measures: Approx. length 34.9 cm
Approx. width 26.1 cm

Signed/Inscribed: Full English Hallmarks on Lids & Bases. Each Dish and Lid is marked with a 1 or a 2 to ensure the best possible fit.

Stock code: VIC01 DIN01.
Made in England
Date - 1843
Maker - Daniel & Charles Houle

Height 6.10 inch (15.50 cm)
Width 10.28 inch (26.10 cm)
Depth 13.74 inch (34.90 cm)

CONDITION

Good

MEDIUM

Sterling Silver
£7,250

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