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A George III silver covered vegetable dish, with cast castellated lion and rat finial to the domed cover, shell and gadrooned border, engraved coat of arms and motto 'Amor Meus Crucifixus' and with an engraved crest, Paul Storr, London 1810. Height 19 cm.

A Victorian silver covered vegetable dish, maker possibly William Cumming, London 1847, retailed by Harvey and Co., Regent Street, London, of circular form, the cover domed to centre wiith turned knop finial, gadrooned border, the interior with plain inner

A Victorian sterling silver vegetable dish and, cover, London 1840, by Charles Reily and George Storer, with circular shaped body with scalloped rim on four, acanthus leaf scrolling feet

A George III circular silver vegetable dish and cover, Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith II, London, 1802 gadroon rim, a pair of hinged open work handles to sides, the stepped slightly domed cover with leaf capped scroll finial, bearing crest and motto of the

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver vegetable tureen. Glasgow 1859; maker J M. Engraved floral decoration with internal tray - each piece hallmarked. Length 34 cm. Weight 1025g

A William IV sterling silver covered vegetable dish, by Robert Garrard, London 1831, circular shaped with gadroon border to the everted rim, the matching cover with bayonet fitted looped handle on circular gadrooned flange, inscribed underneath 'Garrards,