A pair of pierced silver sweetmeat dishes, Charles Boyton / London / 1901, each oval bowl ornately reticulated, with a floral garland border to rim, supported by a pierced pedestal foot, total weight approximately 302 gms, 8.5 cm high
A pair of late Victorian sterling silver bon bon dishes, 1898 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall, the pierced octagonal and lobed dishes embossed with leaves and fruits, the rims with rocaille forms; hallmarked to the exterior. Silv er weight
A sterling silver pierced bon bon dish, 20th century, the oval dish with deep pierced sides of scrolling foliage and flowers centred with an embossed floral bouquet; stamped. 925 to edge of bowl. Silver weight 107gr. Height 3.5 cm. Length 17 cm. Width 12 c
A suite of American sterling silver bon bon dishes, Reed and Barton, Massachusetts, circa 1900 (7). A suite of American sterling silver bon bon dishes, Reed and Barton, Massachusetts, circa 1900 comprising a bon bon dish and six subsidiary sweet meat dishe
A set of four Edwardian silver bon bon dishes by Sebastian Henry Garrard, London 1909. The repose border with floral roundels joined by openwork swags and scrolls, the saw pierced stepped body embellished with laurel cartouche and swags on conforming shape
A George V sterling silver bon bon dish, 1911 London, with maker's mark for Thomas Bradbury & Sons, the oval footed dish with a linen fold rim and scalloped edging; hallmarked to body underside. Silver weight 119gr. Height 5.5 cm. Width 13 cm. Depth 10.5 c
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