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The broad border of the dish is embellished with the contemporary engraved initials 'LA' below a coronet, in addition to an applied rope twist decoration to the rim.
The well of this antique dish is plain and unembellished.
This fine antique silver dish is fitted with a plain circular domed cover encircled with an applied moulded border to the rim.
The cover is further embellished with fluted decoration to the upper portion and surmounted with the original, impressive and large, detachable acorn style finial, accented with further fluted decoration to the acorn's cup.
The hallmarks struck to these pieces of Danish silverware include:
Maker's mark: HI, CGG (untraced)
Assay mark: Three tower mark (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Assay master mark: N (Christian Næboe (1823-1827))
This impressive antique piece has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as .800 standard silver (800/1000).
Height of finial 6.2cm/2.4"
Diameter of finial 4cm/1.6"
Diameter of plate 32.5cm/12.8"
Diameter of plate well 24cm/9.4"
Diameter of cover 26.5cm/10.4"
80 troy ounces/2488g
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There is natural wear and surface marks to the dish, in keeping with age.
The applied borders are sharp and the engraved initials have natural wear in keeping with age.
The Danish hallmarks to the surface of the cover and underside of the dish are very clear, in keeping with age and location.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of antique Danish silverware.
Origin: Copenhagen, Denmark
Date: Circa 1825
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear