ANTIQUE SILVER ENTREE DISHES

We are pleased to offer a fine range of antique sterling silver Entree Dishes. All of our antique silver Entree Dishes can be purchased online, or from our shop in the London Silver Vaults. You can click on the image of one of the Entree Dishes to see a larger picture.

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j7217: Sterling Silver Pair Of Entree Dishes

Hallmarked In 1930

Hallmarked in London in 1930 by Colingwood & Co., this very plain oval Sterling Silver pair of entree dishes are in the classic George III style. The pair of entree dishes have reed borders and the handles are removable to allow for the use of the lids as extra open dishes if required. The entree dishes are 15" (38.5cm) long, 8" (20.5cm) deep, 5" (12cm) tall to the top of the handle and weigh 63 troy oz.

£3,275

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L0253: Sterling Silver Entree Dishes

Hallmarked In 1933

Hallmarked in London, 1933 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., this fine pair of George V, Sterling Silver Entree Dishes have a simple, elegant style, with plain bodies and gardroon borders. They have removable loop finials, which makes for easier storage and also allows the lids to be used for serving as well. Each dish measures 11"x7.5"(28cm x 19cm) with a height of 1.5"(4cm) or 3.5"(9cm) with the lid on. Together, this pair of entree dishes weigh 95 troy ounces.

£3,275

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L0085: Sterling Silver Entree Dishes

Hallmarked In 1909

Hallmarked in London, 1909 by Sebastian Garrard, this fine pair of Edwardian Antique, Sterling Silver Entree Dishes have curved edges and gadroon borders. There is a lion crest on either side of the covers. The gadroon and reed finials are removable allowing the lid to be used as a separate serving dish and makes for easier storage. The base dishes measure 11" x 9.25" (28cm x 23cm) and the covers are 8.75" x 10" (22cm x 25cm). The height, with the cover on, is 3"(7.5cm). Together, this pair of entree dishes weigh 108 troy ounces.

£3,475

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j7877: Sterling Silver Pair Of Entree Dishes

Hallmarked In 1892

Hallmarked in London in 1892 by Aldwinckle & Slater, this pair of antique Victorian Sterling Silver entree dishes are plain oval in shape with reeded borders and handles. The entree dishes are 11" (28cm) long, 8.5" (21.5cm) wide, 4.75 (12cm) high to the top of the handles and together they weigh 121 troy oz. The handles remove and alow the lids to also be used as open dishes if required.

£3,795

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b1295: Sterling Silver Pair Of Entree Dishes

Hallmarked In 1809

Hallmarked in London, 1809 by Richard Crossley, this very handsome, Antique, Sterling Silver Pair of Entree dishes, feature gadroon borders, removable handles so the tops can be used as dishes, and original armorials engraved to both sides. Each entree dish measures 11.5 inches (29cm) wide, by 8.25 inches (21cm) deep, and the pair together weigh 11.4 troy ounces.

£6,795

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j0131: Sterling Silver Pair Of Entree Dishes

Hallmarked In 1841

Hallmarked in London, 1841 by Joseph Angell & Son, this ornate pair of antique silver entree dishes, feature shaped borders, with floral and scroll decoration, and removable handles. Each entree dish measures 5.5 inches (14cm) tall, by 11.75 inches (32cm) wide, by 10.25 inches (26cm) in depth.

£6,975

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b3337: Sterling Silver Entree Dishes

Made Circa 1860

This unusual pair of Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Entree Dishes are hexagonal in shape. The domes are hallmarked in London in 1843 by Garrard. The bases are hallmarked in London in 1870 by Stephen Smith and presumably made for the domes, as they fit perfectly and carry the same crest. The bases have applied decorative borders. The domes have applied leaf work to the corners with large, crown like handles. The bases have a diameter of 12”(31cm). The overall height of base with dome is 8.5"(21cm). The total weight of the pair is 127 troy ounces.

£6,975

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b2625: Sterling Silver Pair Of Entree Dishes

Hallmarked In 1830

Hallmarked in London in 1830 by Robert Hennell II, this wonderful Pair of Antique, George IV, Sterling Silver Entree Dishes are generously sized with tall domed lids. They feature acanthus decoration to the border and handle and beautifully engraved Coats of Arms to both sides. Each Entree Dish measure 18cm (7 inches) in height, 33cm (13 inches) in width and 25.5cm (10 inches) in depth. They weigh 108oz troy in total.

£8,775

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b5066: Sterling Silver Chafing Dish

Hallmarked In 1807

Hallmarked in London, 1807 by William Burwash and Richard Sibley I, this stylish and elegant George III Antique, Sterling Silver Chafing Dish is oval in shape and is fairly plain, with gadroon and reed detailing on the finial, handles and edge. The base stand is reeded throughout and has a plain gadroon edged burner. The entree dish itself measures 18"(46cm) handle to handle,13"(33cm) wide and 2"(5cm) deep, or 8"(20cm) to the top of the finial. On its stand, the height of the chafing dish, with lid, is 12"(30.5cm). This piece weighs 120 troy ounces.

£11,375

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b9315: Sterling Silver Set Of Four Entree Dishes

Hallmarked In 1807

Hallmarked in London, 1807 by William Bennett, this is a rare and magnificent set of four George III Antique, Sterling Silver Entree Dishes. Each dish has been engraved with an armorial crest, with gadroon borders and a twist off reeded handle, which allows each cover to become another serving dish. Each serving dish is 9" x 12" (23cm x 30.5cm) and 2"(5cm) deep. Each lid is 8.25" x 11.5" (21cm x 29cm) with a depth of 2"(5cm). The total weight of this set is 207 troy ounces.

£11,975

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