ANTIQUE SILVER MUFFIN DISHES

Although muffin like cakes were first eaten in the UK around the 10th Century, the term muffin, original spelt ‘moofin’ was first found in print in 1703. ‘The Muffin Man’, a popular childs song and nursery rhyme, was introduced around 1820, and popularised the men would buy freshly cooked muffins from bakers, and resell them on the streets of London. The silver muffin dish was introduced towards the end of the Victorian period, and was used to keep muffins, and other breads, warm at the dining table, with hot water kept in the base underneath the tray.

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L5525: Sterling Silver Muffin Dish

Hallmarked In 1923

Hallmarked in London in 1923 by Charles & Richard Comyns, this handsome, Sterling Silver Muffin Dish, featured reed detailing, and is otherwise plain in design. The muffin dish measures 5.75"(15cm) tall, by 6.5"(16.5cm) diameter, and weighs 24 troy ounces.

£1,175

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