An Irish silver dish ring, John Smith, Dublin, 1906, (2), with a waisted circular body, pierced and embossed with hounds, deer and pheasants in foliage, centred by a vacant cartouche, retail mark 'Weir & Sons', within a fitted box, (2), 357 gms
An Irish Edward VII sterling silver dish ring by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., Dublin, 1908 with incurved sides repousse and chased with foxes, birds and dogs with large rococo scrolls and flower-heads and a vacant cartouche, with blue glass liner, 21 c
A Irish Victorian sterling dish ring by Charles Lamb, Dublin 1901 the incurved sides chased with a typical rococo foliage, scrolls and flower-heads, stags and cottages, vacant cartouches, with glass liner (cracked), 21 cm diameter. Provenance: Christie’s A
A sterling silver George III dish cross, 1784 London, with maker's mark for Hester Bateman, the dish cross with four radiating arms from a central spirit burner with movable scrolled brackets upon small circular feet, with fine beading to the burner, dish
An Edwardian Irish sterling silver dish ring, maker T.W, Dublin, 1909, Pierced throughout and applied with chased swags and cartouche, together with blue glass liner, 17.8 cm high, 20.6 cm diameter, 380 gms
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