20 November 2009
A SILVER-PLATED MUFFIN DISH AND COVER
IN THE MANNER OF THE DUCHESS OF SUTHERLANDS CRIPPLES GUILD, CIRCA 1910
Circular and with domed cover, the base with hot water compartment, the rim of the dish engraved with a 'A' cypher with Royal crown above
the dish 10 in. (25.6 cm.) diam.
The monogram is that of Queen Alexandra (1844-1925), wife of King Edward VII (1841-1910).
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