Discover our Collection of Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Bowls and Dishes including Entree Dishes, Bon Bon Dishes, Rose Bowls and More
A most decorative very good quality Victorian silver plated butter preserve dish. The lid has a swan finial, family crest and engraved and scroll piercing. With original white opeline glass liner. Stands on a triangular base with three cast serpents holding the circular frame for the glass. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1885).
A charming Victorian silver plated butter dish in an oval form with a pull off lid and cat finial. The oval glass liner has a cut and frosted Greek key pattern and tab handles, standing on an oval Greek key and floral engraved base. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1885).
An unusual design Edwardian Wakley & Wheeler 22.8cm (9") silver bowl with a pierced band of scroll and alternate circular cartouche standing on three cast applied Art Nouveau foliage style feet. In very good original condition. (1902).
A very elegant and good quality William Comyns Edwardian silver potpourri bowl with a detachable pierced splayed lid and pineapple finial. The circular body has a balustrade gallery, angled handles, wreath garlands and stands on a splayed foot. In very good original condition. (1910).
A beautiful Victorian Coalport china shell shaped serving dish fitted to a Joseph Rogers oval floral and crimped design silver plate stand and with the original pair of matching serving spoons. (Circa 1885). A very faint hairline is present in the base of the serving dish, please see photos.
An impressive circular Edwardian William Hutton & Son silver Monteith style bowl with two cast lion swing handles and the sculptured mount has Cherub masks and stands on a rising domed circular foot. (1906)
A very good quality elegant octagonal antique Walker & Hall silver rose bowl featuring a stepped border with scroll piercing standing on a splayed octagonal stepped foot. The eight panels forming the octagonal shape are all empty, without inscriptions. In very good original condition. (1915).
A very elegant silver Art Deco style oval dish with a hammered finish body and ivory tab handles standing on an oval reeded collet foot. In very good original condition. (1933)
A superb quality circular Britannia standard silver bleeding bowl in Queen Anne style retailed by Tessier in London. The bowl has been hand raised with an applied cast pierced keyhole style handle. In very good original condition. (1915).
Stylish very good quality Mappin & Webb Art Deco silver plated comport with a ribbed Bakelite stem and detachable circular splayed base. The piece is in very good original condition but there are some surface scratches inside the bowl. (Circa 1940).
A most unusual novelty Victorian nautical themed serving dish with a cut glass boat hull in a silver plated rope frame with two cast sailors climbing the rope handle and a rudder to the stern and a dolphin to the bow. Standing on four cast shell feet. (Circa 1885).