Silver – Covered Shell Pattern Serving Dish w/ Ivory Handles – LARGE – 1930s – Downton Abbey Elegance
This large covered serving dish is American made in the first half of the 20th century by the Crown Silver Company of Brookline, Massachusetts.
It is a versatile piece that can serve as a covered serving dish or two open serving dishes. Its size makes it perfect for large gatherings.
It measures 17″ long, 11.5″ wide and 4.5″ high when covered – 19.75 long handle to handle — The bottom serving well is 13.25″ x 9.5″ and 3″ high — the cover when used as a serving dish is 13.5″ x 9.5″ and 2″ high. It is hallmarked as shown and I believe the handles are Ivory.
Our basic policy is no consignments! We are making an exception for a number of Elegant Dining pieces from the collector who also has the pieces offered in the Coined – When Silver & Coins Are Joined category. These pieces will not be in Shops At Fayrehale – They will remain in the collector’s possession until sold.
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