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A VERY FINE PAIR OF SALAD SERVERS MADE IN LONDON IN 1843 BY RICHARD BRITTON.
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A VERY FINE PAIR OF SALAD SERVERS MADE IN LONDON IN 1843 BY RICHARD BRITTON. A VERY FINE PAIR OF SALAD SERVERS MADE IN LONDON IN 1843 BY RICHARD BRITTON. A VERY FINE PAIR OF SALAD SERVERS MADE IN LONDON IN 1843 BY RICHARD BRITTON. A VERY FINE PAIR OF SALAD SERVERS MADE IN LONDON IN 1843 BY RICHARD BRITTON.

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asparagus server , bleeding bowl , bon-bon dish , brandy saucepan , butter dish , dish , entree dish , flatware , fork , fruit basket , medicine spoon , pap boat , punch bowl , rose bowl , spoon

A VERY FINE PAIR OF SALAD SERVERS MADE IN LONDON IN 1843 BY RICHARD BRITTON.

£1,250.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: circa 1843
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: Richard Britton, London, active c.1817-1846
STOCK CODE: 373926

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Item Description

The Servers are modelled in the fiddle and thread pattern and are of a quite excellent thick gauge of silver. The spoon has an unusual egg shaped bowl and the fork six tines. The top of each stem is engraved with a contemporary Crest and both are in quite excellent condition and are very well marked. Although termed Salad Servers, they could be used to serve a variety of things on the dining table.

Length: 11.5 inches, 28.75cm.
Weight: 13oz.



OFFERED BY: Mary Cooke Antiques
12 Old Power Station, 121 Mortlake High Street, London, SW14 8SN, United Kingdom View map

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