Victorian Sterling Silver Pierced Bon Bon Dish Made in Birmingham in 1898

Product Code: SMS2154

Victorian Sterling Silver Pierced Bon Bon Dish

Showing some signs of age this beautiful dish has pierced and chased decoration of flower and leaves.

Hallmarked: Made by Stephen Henry Deakin & John Horace Francis in Regent Place, Birmingham in 1898.

Size: 16.5cm by 9.5cm and 3cm deep

Silver weight: 68g


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Director: E J Williams, A Williams
Registered in England no. 6616633


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