An extremely fine and rare George III Souffle Dish made in London in 1817 by the Royal Silversmith, Robert Garrard.
An extremely fine and rare George III Souffle Dish made in London in 1817 by the Royal Silversmith, Robert Garrard.
An extremely fine and rare George III Souffle Dish made in London in 1817 by the Royal Silversmith, Robert Garrard.
An extremely fine and rare George III Souffle Dish made in London in 1817 by the Royal Silversmith, Robert Garrard.
An extremely fine and rare George III Souffle Dish made in London in 1817 by the Royal Silversmith, Robert Garrard.

An extremely fine and rare George III Souffle Dish made in London in 1817 by the Royal Silversmith, Robert Garrard.

1817 London

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The Souffle Dish is of circular form with a raised everted rim decorated with gadrooning. This example has two naturalistic side handles decorated with acanthus foliage and raying shells. The front of the main body is engraved with a contemporary Armorial, with Crest above, surrounded by a shell and scroll cartouche. The silver interior liner has two scroll carrying handles. The base is engraved with the total scratch weight and No 183, so it must have been part of a very large dinner service. The quality of this piece is outstanding and, in our opinion, Garrard made some of the finest Souffle Dishes, however very few appear on the market today. By their very nature, they can be used for serving a variety of things on the dining table.

Height: 3.5 inches, 8.75cm.
Length: 10.25 inches, 25.63cm.
Weight: 43oz.
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