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Antique George II Silver Strawberry Dish

Date: Circa 1735

Maker: Benjamin Godfrey

Country: England

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A fine quality antique silver strawberry dish of circular form and raised on cast shaped feet. Ribbed and scalloped border. Good weight and patina. The surface and border are hand engraved with a well executed decoration of shells and scrolls, typical of the period and displaying the Huguenot influence associated with this maker. To the centre is an excellent armorial within a decorative cartouche. This could also be used as a salver or small tray.

Weight 715 grams, 22.9 troy ounces. Scratch weight 23=6.

Diameter 24 cm, inner diameter 19.5 cm. Height 4 cm.

Circa 1735.

Maker’s mark only for Benjamin Godfrey.

Sterling silver.

Marks.  Stamped underneath with the makers mark for Benjamin Godfrey and an incuse crown struck 3 times (unidentified).

Literature. Antique Silver Dishes were originally made for very specific purposes such as the shell “butter” dishes and scalloped “strawberry dishes” (also known as “salad dishes”) which first appeared in the early 1700’s. 

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