1901 British Antique Pure Silver (925 Silver) Bonbon Dish Pair Diameter 90mm Josiah Williams
This is a work of the "Fenton Brothers" workshop in London, England in 1901.
It's a small dish called a bonbon dish that holds candies, chocolates, nuts, etc.
A pair of small plates of the same design, decorated with beautiful pierced watermarks.
Made of heavy gauge silver, it feels heavier and more solid than it looks.
We hope this lovely antique silver will add some color to your day!
・There is fine wear on the whole, but it is in a very beautiful state with no noticeable scratches or dents.
・The hallmark that guarantees pure silver by the British Assay Laboratory remains firmly.
・There is no wobble.
* Since it is very old, there are fine scratches and dirt due to aging.
*Please purchase after confirming and acknowledging the photos.
・Maker Josiah Williams
・Year of manufacture 1901 (London f)
・Material sterling silver (925/1000)
・Size Width 135 x Depth 90 x Height 15mm
・Weight 54g 48g
*Since this is a one-of-a-kind antique item, it has not been inspected as tableware for food based on the Japanese Food Sanitation Act.
Do not use for eating or drinking in Japan.
* Since it is an antique item, there is no other exactly the same item. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask us anything.
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