George VI Sterling silver dish ( Sold )

Hallmarked in Sheffield for 1937 by Richard Burbridge for Harrods.

Sterling Silver



A George VI Sterling silver dish which is rectangular shape in design with curved ends, a plain body, attractive pierced decoration around the edges depicting fruit, leaves and vines and resting on a shaped pedestal foot. This well made silver dish would look decorative on the table and would be perfect for displaying fruit and other varieties of food. It was originally supplied by the Harrod’s silver department.

Additional Information

Height : 5.20 cms

Length : 32.50 cms

Width : 17.20 cms

Weight : 17.90 Troy ounces ( 556 grams ).

Excellent condition.


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