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Pair of Dish Wedges, 1792

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Dish Wedges (pair) - London 1792 by Robert Hennell - 14.5cm long x 4.2cm high; 204g - SC/3586

Pair of Dish Wedges, 1792






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Silver dish wedges are very rare in silver and can be identified by their triangular shape with ribbed sloping surfaces. They were placed under serving dishes, plates and platters to hold them at an angle and allow gravy to flow down to the other side. These are a particularly fine quality Georgian period pair with the unusual feature of finger rings for carrying and positioning.

 

They bear an original engraved crest to the centre of the front and were superbly constructed by the premier silversmith, Robert Hennell. They are in excellent condition throughout.

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