Silver entree dish

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  • A stunning pair of hexagonal Victorian sterling silver entree dishes

    A stunning pair of hexagonal Victorian sterling silver entree dishes

    £6,975.00
    Maker: Robert Garrard, London
    Manufactured: 1843
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  • A Pair of Sterling Silver Meat Dishes

    A Pair of Sterling Silver Meat Dishes

    £3,275.00
    Maker: S. &. T. Shapland
    Manufactured: 1929
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  • Victorian Sterling Silver Meat Dish & Cover

    Victorian Sterling Silver Meat Dish & Cover

    £11,975.00
    Maker: Benjamin Smith III
    Manufactured: 1840
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  • Paul Storr Antique Meat Dish Cover

    Paul Storr Antique Meat Dish Cover

    £12,275.00
    Maker: Paul Storr, 1771-1844
    Manufactured: 1807
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  • Hester Bateman - Soup or Punch Ladle

    Hester Bateman - Soup or Punch Ladle

    £975.00
    Maker: Hester Bateman, London, active c.1774-94
    Manufactured: 1786
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  • Regency Period Sterling Silver Straining Spoon

    Regency Period Sterling Silver Straining Spoon

    £495.00
    Maker: Joseph Hicks
    Manufactured: 1815
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  • An Important & Extremely Rare Set of Four George Iii Neo Classical Drinking Goblets Made in London in 1773 by William Turton

    An Important & Extremely Rare Set of Four George Iii Neo Classical Drinking Goblets Made in London in 1773 by William Turton

    £12,500.00
    Maker: William Turton
    Manufactured: 1773
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  • An Extremely Fine & Unusual Pair of George III Shell Dishes Made in London in 1814 by William Elliott

    An Extremely Fine & Unusual Pair of George III Shell Dishes Made in London in 1814 by William Elliott

    £2,550.00
    Maker: William Elliott
    Manufactured: circa 1814
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  • A Very Fine George III Muffin Dish Made in London in 1804 by John Emes.

    A Very Fine George III Muffin Dish Made in London in 1804 by John Emes.

    £2,350.00
    Maker: John Emes
    Manufactured: circa 1804
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  • AN EXTREMELY FINE PAIR OF GEORGE II SECOND COURSE DISHES MADE IN LONDON IN 1754 BY JOHN JACOBS

    AN EXTREMELY FINE PAIR OF GEORGE II SECOND COURSE DISHES MADE IN LONDON IN 1754 BY JOHN JACOBS

    £5,500.00
    Maker: John Jacobs
    Manufactured: 1754
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