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Either side of the cover of this impressive dish is embellished with bright cut engraved scroll and leaf designs with integrated panels of trellis decoration.
The decoration to each side of the cover incorporates a large scroll bordered, shaped vacant cartouche.
The revolving cover is secured to the frame with detachable hallmarked sterling silver screw fittings at either end.
The anterior edge of the cover is fitted with a plain rounded handle featuring an ivory bun style thumbpiece.
The base of this impressive silver breakfast tray is plain and unembellished.
The cover revolves to reveal the associated hallmarked oval warming tray and original hallmarked drip pan.
The plain warming tray is ornamented with pieced quatrefoil decoration in a star formation accented with a pierced border of arched motifs.
The surface of the drip pan is plain and embellished with an applied bead decorated border.
This antique dish has a plain oval frame supported by four elongated bracket style legs ornamented with convex fluted decoration and a trellis texture to the upper portion.
Height to top of cover 22cm/8.6"
Height to rim 12.2cm/4.8"
Length of frame 29cm/11.6"
Depth of frame 23cm/9.1"
88 troy ounces/2737g
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The dish has been professionally polished and is in presentation condition.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of Edwardian silverware.
Origin: Birmingham, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear