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ANTIQUE SILVER BUTTER SHELLS DISHES


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A very handsome Sterling Silver pair of neoclassical style butter dishes, having round bodies with applied reeded borders and hand-pierced gallery sides, with two cast side handles and original removable hand-cut crystal dishes with star-cut bases, all sitting on three cast and fluted flange feet, together with a pair of silver butter knives in the Albany pattern. All sitting in their original cream satin and black velvet-lined presentation box. The butter dishes made by Henry Moreton of Birmingham in 1924, and the butter knives by Gibson and Langman of London in 1896. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of silver butter dishes are diameter 11 cms (4.25 inches), height 4 cms (1.5 inches), length of butter knives 14 cms (5.5 inches), with a total weight of approx. 186g (6 troy ounces). Please note that the satin hinges to the box are damaged.

£475

SOLD


A very handsome Sterling Silver pair of neoclassical  style butter dishes, having round bodies with applied reeded borders and hand-pierced gallery sides, with two cast side handles and original removable hand-cut crystal dishes with star-cut bases, all sitting on three cast and fluted flange feet, together with a pair of silver butter knives in the Albany pattern. All sitting in their original cream satin and black velvet-lined presentation box. The butter dishes made by Henry Moreton of Birmingham in 1924, and the butter knives by Gibson and Langman of London in 1896. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of silver butter dishes are diameter 11 cms (4.25 inches), height 4 cms (1.5 inches), length of butter knives 14 cms (5.5 inches), with a total weight of approx. 186g (6 troy ounces). Please note that the satin hinges to the box are damaged.
A very handsome Sterling Silver pair of neoclassical  style butter dishes, having round bodies with applied reeded borders and hand-pierced gallery sides, with two cast side handles and original removable hand-cut crystal dishes with star-cut bases, all sitting on three cast and fluted flange feet, together with a pair of silver butter knives in the Albany pattern. All sitting in their original cream satin and black velvet-lined presentation box. The butter dishes made by Henry Moreton of Birmingham in 1924, and the butter knives by Gibson and Langman of London in 1896. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of silver butter dishes are diameter 11 cms (4.25 inches), height 4 cms (1.5 inches), length of butter knives 14 cms (5.5 inches), with a total weight of approx. 186g (6 troy ounces). Please note that the satin hinges to the box are damaged.
A very handsome Sterling Silver pair of neoclassical  style butter dishes, having round bodies with applied reeded borders and hand-pierced gallery sides, with two cast side handles and original removable hand-cut crystal dishes with star-cut bases, all sitting on three cast and fluted flange feet, together with a pair of silver butter knives in the Albany pattern. All sitting in their original cream satin and black velvet-lined presentation box. The butter dishes made by Henry Moreton of Birmingham in 1924, and the butter knives by Gibson and Langman of London in 1896. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of silver butter dishes are diameter 11 cms (4.25 inches), height 4 cms (1.5 inches), length of butter knives 14 cms (5.5 inches), with a total weight of approx. 186g (6 troy ounces). Please note that the satin hinges to the box are damaged. A very handsome Sterling Silver pair of neoclassical  style butter dishes, having round bodies with applied reeded borders and hand-pierced gallery sides, with two cast side handles and original removable hand-cut crystal dishes with star-cut bases, all sitting on three cast and fluted flange feet, together with a pair of silver butter knives in the Albany pattern. All sitting in their original cream satin and black velvet-lined presentation box. The butter dishes made by Henry Moreton of Birmingham in 1924, and the butter knives by Gibson and Langman of London in 1896. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of silver butter dishes are diameter 11 cms (4.25 inches), height 4 cms (1.5 inches), length of butter knives 14 cms (5.5 inches), with a total weight of approx. 186g (6 troy ounces). Please note that the satin hinges to the box are damaged.
A very handsome Sterling Silver pair of neoclassical  style butter dishes, having round bodies with applied reeded borders and hand-pierced gallery sides, with two cast side handles and original removable hand-cut crystal dishes with star-cut bases, all sitting on three cast and fluted flange feet, together with a pair of silver butter knives in the Albany pattern. All sitting in their original cream satin and black velvet-lined presentation box. The butter dishes made by Henry Moreton of Birmingham in 1924, and the butter knives by Gibson and Langman of London in 1896. The dimensions of this fine hand-made set of silver butter dishes are diameter 11 cms (4.25 inches), height 4 cms (1.5 inches), length of butter knives 14 cms (5.5 inches), with a total weight of approx. 186g (6 troy ounces). Please note that the satin hinges to the box are damaged.


Our range of fine sterling silver antique butter dishes and butter shells are available to purchase online. To see an enlarged silver butter dish simply click on the image. We feature a number of types and makers including Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian. All antique butter dishes bought online go through a secure payment system and deliveries are insured during transit. You may also be interested in Antique Silver Bon Bon Dishes or Antique Silver Dishes.



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