A Pair of William IV Entrée Dishes With Original Warmers

A Pair of William IV Entrée Dishes With Original Warmers

1835 United Kingdom

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A Pair of William IV Entrée Dishes With Original Warmers, Silver with Original Old Sheffield Base, Sheffield 1835, Maker’s Mark of Howard & Hawkesworth.
The entrée dishes are of shaped melon form bearing melon flowers, acanthus leaves and shells to the boarders of the base. This design is repeated to the top and underside of the covers. The heavy cast handles again having melon fruits and design. The bottom dish bears a viscount’s coronet and fox crest. The cover bearing the family’s coat of arms to both sides; the family of Preston. The silver entrée dishes are presented on their origin warming bases. Fully hallmarked to the base, cover and handles.
Length: 30.5 cm, 12in
Weighable silver: 4,760g, 153 oz 1dwt
Excellent
The Arms of Preston for Viscount Gormanston
Dimensions
Width 30.50 cm (12.01 inches)
Weight 4760.00g (153.05oz t)
Stock Code
DT17.24.3
Medium
Silver
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