Antique George VI Sterling silver and cut glass butter dish(sold).

Hallmarked in Sheffield for 1939 by Viners.

Sterling Silver and glass.



An Antique George VI Sterling silver and cut glass butter dish which has a plain silver body, some attractive patterned detailing around the borders and resting on a flat base. The glass dish has been sympathetically renewed over the years in keeping with the original design and fits neatly within the recess of the silver base. The cutting on this glass dish is particularly appealing and compliments the plainness of the silver base. This butter dish would be practical to use on the table and remains in excellent condition. It has the added benefit of a Sterling silver butter knife made by Gorham from the same period which completes the overall style. It is 3.20 cms. high, the base is 14.60 cms. in diameter and it weighs 4.70 troy ounces (146 grams) without the glass dish. The knife is 14.50 cms. in length.

Complimentary postage is included within the price of this silver butter dish.

Additional Information

Height : 3.20 cms.

Diameter of base : 14.60 cms.

Diameter of glass dish : 10.70 cms.

Length of butter knife : 14.50 cms.

Weight (without the glass dish) : 4.70 troy ounces (146 grams).

Excellent condition.


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