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The surface of each fully hallmarked cover is plain and unembellished.
Each cover retains the original hallmarked detachable shaped scroll and stylised palmette decorated handle.
The hallmarked handles of the oval covers include a lion passant to the upper surface with the maker’s mark, lion passant and date letter to the underside; the handles of the rounded covers are struck with full hallmarks to the upper surface.
The rim to both the covers and the handles are ornamented with a simplified egg and tongue decorated border.
This style of cover was originally used to cover food being presented on large plates and/or platters made of either silver or china.
Height to top of cover 16cm/6.3”
Height to top of handle 22cm/8.7"
Height to top of cover 13.2cm/5.2”
Height to top of handle 19cm/7.4"
Height to top of cover 12cm/4.75”
Height to top of handle 16.5cm/6.5"
Height to top of cover 11.5cm/4.6”
Height to top of handle 16cm/6.3"
Height to top of cover 7.2cm/2.8”
Height to top of handle 11.5cm/4.6"
Height to top of cover 6cm/2.3”
Height to top of handle 10cm/3.9"
185 troy ounces/5754g
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INSURANCE IN TRANSIT
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All items are fully insured and sent at the risk of AC Silver.
Each cover has been professionally polished and is in presentation condition.
The decoration to each piece is very sharp.
Full hallmarks struck to the surface of each cover and handle are all very clear.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these pieces of Edwardian silverware.
Origin: Sheffield, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear