London, South Kensington
22 May 2007
A MATCHED PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER ENTREE DISHES & COVERS,
ONE WITH MARK OF ROBINSON, EDKINS & ASTON, BIRMINGHAM, 1842, THE OTHER WITH MARK OF MESRS. CRESWICK, SHEFFIELD, 1852,
Shaped oblong with foliate scroll borders & handles, made with rims underneath borders to fit on to warming bases, these bases now absent, 10¾ in. long (27.5 cm.), 65.25 oz.
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