Developed during the 19th Century, the silver bread dish is an adaptation of the earlier cake basket, which was a popular dining table item during the Georgian period. Unlike their predecessors, silver bread dishes have no carrying handle, and are typically oval in shape and have pierced sides, often in the Neoclassical Revival taste. Art Deco examples from the 20th Century are seen featuring ivory handles and plainer sides without the pierced detailing.
Hallmarked In 1933
Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1933 by Viner's Ltd., this very handsome, Sterling Silver Bread Dish, is oval in shape, and features a reed border, and slat pierced decoration to the body. The bread dish measures 3"(7.5cm) tall, by 12"(30cm) wide, by 7"(18cm) deep, and weighs 14 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1899
Hallmarked in London in 1899 by William Comyns, this wonderful, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Bread Dish, stands on cast feet, and features pierced and engraved decoration around the sides, and floral detailed handles. The bread dish measures 6.75"(17cm) tall, by 14.5"(37cm) from handle to handle, by 9"(22.5cm) deep and weighs 34.2 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1890
Hallmarked in London in 1890 by Dobson & Sons, this attractive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Dish, stands on 4 ball and claw feet, and features bead detailing, pierced and engraved decoration and a glass liner. The dish measures 4.5"(12cm) tall, by 12"(30cm) wide, by 9.5"(24cm) deep, and without the glass liner weighs 37 troy ounces.
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