Sterling Silver Sweetmeat Dish, 1906
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Description: - An Edwardian sterling silver sweetmeat dish with Sheffield hallmarks, and by James Dixon & Sons, 1906. The elliptical dish is crafted with two bifurcated loop handles and escallop shell terminals, raised upon a girdled stem and circular swept foot.
Assay: - .925 (Sterling Silver).
Date: - 1906.
Engraving: - N/A.
Maker: - James Dixon & Sons.
Measurement: - The dish measures 12.1cm (bowl depth) x 26.4cm (between handles) x 14.5cm (height).
Weight: - 277.6 grams / 8.93 troy ounces.
Condition: - The sweetmeat dish is in good condition. Light surface scratches commensurate with age. The dish has no engravings or inscriptions. No splits, damage, dents, or repairs. Please see photos for confirmation of condition.
Item No: - 590_hrt1.
Customs and import taxes: - Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply.