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Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787)
Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787) Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787)

Sterling Silver Entree Dishes by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp - Antique George III (1787)

An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique Georgian English sterling silver entrée dishes made by Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp; an addition to our ornamental dining collection

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These exceptional antique George III English sterling silver entree dishes have a rectangular cut cornered form, in the classic Adams style.


Each dish is fitted with a deep hallmarked domed cover, surmounted with the original impressive cast silver reed decorated handles enveloped with leaf designs to the terminals.


The rounded surface of each component is plain and unembellished, apart from an applied gadroon decorated border to the rim of each base.


The interior rim of the base and anterior surface of the cover of each dish are numbered '1' and '2'; the facilities the appropriate cover being associated with the corresponding base with ease.


These silver entree dishes, made by the renowned London silversmiths Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, have been crafted in the highly desirable Adams style; such pieces are becoming increasingly difficult to locate.


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Date: 1787

These exceptional antique silver entree dishes are an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional condition.

The applied gadroon decoration is all very sharp.

The underside of each entree dish has some natural fire marks, in keeping with age.

Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the bases and part hallmarks to the interior of the covers are all very clear in keeping with age and location.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these examples of Georgian silverware.


Length 27cm/10.6"

Width 19.8cm/7.8"

Height 12.4cm/4.9"


74.1 troy ounces/2303g


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International Federation of Art and Antique Dealer Associations CINOA
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National Association of Jewellery UK's trade association NAJ