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Pair Of Antique English, Sterling Silver Covered Dishes. Garrards, London

A Good Quality Pair Of Antique English, Sterling Silver, Octagonal Covered Dishes By Sebastian Garrard, From The Premier & Longest Surviving Royal Jewelers & Silversmiths , Garrards. Made In London 1912. The Pr. Of Dishes Can Be Used As A Set Of Four Dishes By Detaching The Handles. Lid, Base & Handles Are Hallmarked, And Original. 

Garrard has a heritage unrivalled by any jewellery house today. Throughout its history, Garrard has had the honour of working closely with the British Royal Family, as well as many Royal families around the world. First commissioned in 1735 by Fredrick, Prince of Wales, and appointed Crown Jeweller by Queen Victoria in 1843, Garrard has served each subsequent British monarch, creating  beautiful jewelery & silverware. Gerrard merged with Asprey, becoming Asprey Garrard in 1998



Condition

Very Good

Country of Origin

England

Maker

Sebastian Henry Garrard

Material

Sterling Silver

Type / Pattern

Octagonal

Year

1912

Reference #

PGYRWPYC