A stunning pair of hexagonal Victorian sterling silver entree dishes
Added on 28 September 2022
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1843
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: Robert Garrard, London
WEIGHT: 127.00 troy ounces (139.34 ounces or 3,950.14 grams)
ENGRAVINGS: Engraved with crests to bases and lids, with the lids also having the motto Vincit Veritas engraved, and engraved with a coat of arms to each lid.
STOCK CODE: B3337
This unusual pair of Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Entree Dishes, are hexagonal in shape, and feature applied decoration and ornate handles to the lids. The domes are hallmarked in London in 1843 by Garrard & Co., with the bases hallmarked in London in 1870 by Stephen Smith, presumably made for the domes as they fit perfectly and carry the same crest. Each entree dish measures 8.5"(21cm) tall, by 12"(31cm) in diameter, and the pair weigh a substantial 127 troy ounces.
Vault Nine, The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1QS, United Kingdom View map
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