Pair of Edwardian silver sweetmeat or bonbons dishes with attractive piercing work to their bowls. Gadrooned lip with reeded pattern moving towards the centre of the base. Perfect for sweets, nuts and other delicacies.
Pair of silver sweetmeat or bonbons bowls 1911
A lovely pair of silver sweetmeat or bonbons dishes or bowls with intricate piercing work beneath a strong gadrooned rim and a reeded pattern to the bowls moving towards the centre of the base. Perfect for sweets, nuts and other delicacies.
Made of Sterling silver they have clear crisp hallmarks just undet their resective rims. The measure 5 ins (13 cms) across and are about 1.5 ins high (3cm). Gross Weight: 147 gms. They were assayed in Birmingham in 1911 and were made by Edward Souter Barnsley
Condition: Overall excellent condition, no major dings dents or repairs. Silver is a soft material and there is the normal very light surface scratching only giving a nice silver patina in keeping with its age. Makers marks are clear.