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A pair of George III silver butter shell dishes by Burrage Davenport, London 1783, each with engraved hare crest and beaded edge on three conch shell moulded feet, 211 grams.Provenance: Purchased from Christies London, 1980.
Five George V hallmarked sterling silver items, including four matching small dishes, Birmingham 1911, makers H. Matthews; and butter dish with glass insert, Birmingham 1913, same makers. Diameter 13 cm (average)
Pair of scallop butter dishes, bearing rubbed marks for George Maudsley Jackson and David Landsborough Fullerton London 1899; together with a similar smaller scallop dish bearing marks Cb&S, Sheffield 1909 (3), total weight 170 grs
A cased silver butter dish, the circular dish with pierced sides, two handles and glass liner. William Devenport, Birmingham 1899. Together with a silver knife, Sheffield 1897. Height 4 cm. Width 11.5 cm
A pair of George III silver butter dishes, Edward fox, London, 1804, of circular form elaborately decorated with country folk in a landscape with a finial depicting a gentleman and his dog at his feet (2) 872gms (each), 20 cm diameter, 14 cm high
A Victorian silver covered butter dish and stand, Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox, London, 1842, the plate, dish and cover with parcel gilt flower knop pierced and engraved with scrolling foliage, glass liner missing, 735gms, 21 cm diameter
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