Antique George VI Sterling Silver asparagus serving dish


Hallmarked in Sheffield for 1938 by Henry Atkin.

Sterling Silver.



An Antique George VI Sterling silver asparagus serving dish which is rectangular in shape with a plain body, wavy shaped edges, two side handles and resting on a flat base.  The original silver grill rests neatly within the dish and completes the overall design.  It comes complete with a pair of silver serving tongs, made in the same period but by a different maker, which make a perfect fit for this silver asparagus serving dish.  This desirable and fairly rare silver asparagus dish would be ideal to use and would look interesting when displayed on the table.  The tongs were made in Sheffield for 1931 by Harrison Brothers and Howson. The whole set weighs 35.2 troy ounces (1095 grams).

Complimentary postage is included within the price.

Additional Information

Height : 6.8 cms (2.7″).

Length (from handle to handle) : 35.7 cms (14″).

Width : 21.8 cms (8.6″).

Length of grill : 22.3 cms (8.8″).

Width of grill : 16 cms (6.3″).

Length of tongs : 18.6 cms (7.3″).

Weight (including tongs) : 35.2 troy ounces (1095 grams).

Excellent condition.


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