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This is a lovely antique sterling silver bowl or dish made by William Comyns and hallmarked in London 1889. It is in very good condition and the overall gilding gives a lovely colour but unfortunately not done justice by the photographs. There is a profusion of decoration and it is fully hallmarked to the base which also has an inscription.
William Comyns is a highly regarded Victorian silversmith and as such highly collectable.
Height : 6 cm - 2.36 in
Width : 18.5 cm - 7.28 in
Length : 23 cm - 9.06 in
Weight : 169 g - 0.37 lb
Wentworth Silver has clarified that the Victorian gilded silver dish (1645 / LA78587) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1889.
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