Fine Antique Silver & Objects of Vertu
SOLD - ENTREÉ DISHES & TUREENS
The items below have been sold, and remain here for reference purposes only.
A Pair of George III Silver Entrée Dishes with Gadrooned borders
Made by William Bennett, London 1808
Sir William Wood-Officer Of Arms's at the College of Arms Soup Tureen.
Made by Philip Rundell of London in 1820.
George IV Silver Entreé Dish.
Made by Joseph. Cradock & William. K. Reid of London in 1821.
Scottish Silver Soup Tureen.
Made by Marshall & Sons in Edinburgh, 1843.
Height 10" (25cm). Weight 98.75 Troy oz. (3,075g)
A pair of heavy Edwardian silver entreé dishes.
Made by R. Martin & E. Hall in Sheffield, 1908.
Length 12" (30cm). Total weight approx. 149 troy oz. (4.63kg).