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First recorded in the late 1770’s, silver toast racks started being widely used on breakfast tables during the 1780’s as dining habits became more refined. Since then the silver toast rack has never gone out of fashion, and each period has seen new designs produced in keeping with popular styles of the time. Ingenious examples such as expanding toast racks, novelty and unique designs, and pieces made by collectible silversmiths are highly sought after.
Hallmarked In 1824
Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1824 by Matthew Boulton, this handsome, George IV, Antique Sterling Silver Toast Rack, is plain in style and will hold 6 pieces of toast. The toast rack measures 5.5"(14cm) tall, by 6"(15cm) wide, by 4.25"(11cm) deep and weighs 8.1 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1809
Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1809 by William Tucker & Co., this very handsome, George III, Antique Sterling Silver Toast Rack, stands on ball feet, and will hold 6 slices of toast. The toast rack measures 4.75"(12cm) tall, by 6"(15.5cm) wide, by 3.5"(9cm) deep, and weighs 7.2 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1874
Hallmarked in London in 1874 by William Evans, this attractive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Toast Rack, features a decorative handle and feet, and will hold 6 pieces of toast. The toast rack measures 6"(15cm) tall, by 5.5"(14cm) wide, by 4.5"(12cm) deep and weighs 8 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1910
Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1910 by Levi & Salaman, this extremely rare and collectable, Edwardian, Antique Sterling Silver Novelty Toast Rack, is designed with the external bars taking the form of two grinning cats, and will hold 4 slices of toast. The toast rack measures 4"(10cm) tall, by 3"(7.5cm) wide and weighs 1.6 troy ounces.
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