Antique Victorian Sterling Silver and Glass Butter Dish


Hallmarked in Sheffield for 1852 by Henry Wilkinson & Co.

Sterling Silver and glass.



An Antique Victorian Sterling silver and glass butter dish which has an octagonal shaped base with pierced detailing around the edges, a silver lid of the same shape and design as the base and a removable cow finial that sits neatly on top of the lid.  The glass dish has been sympathetically renewed over time, in keeping with the original design, and sits neatly on top of the base.  The lid fits neatly on top of the glass body.  This silver dish could be used for cream or sauce as well as butter and would look decorative when displayed on the table. It weighs 9 troy ounces (280 grams) without the glass dish.

Complimentary postage is included within the price.

Additional Information

Height : 11 cms (4.3″).

Length of base : 17.5 cms (6.9″).

Width of base : 17.5 cms (6.9″).

Weight (without the glass dish) : 9 troy ounces (280 grams).

Excellent condition.


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