A William IV sterling silver entree dish and cover with armorial finial on electroplate two handled stand
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1832
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: Willliam Ker Reid
WEIGHT: 59.09 troy ounces (64.83 ounces or 1,838.00 grams)
STOCK CODE: H20091200847
a rectangular silver entree dish and cover with gadroon edge, cover engraved with armorial and motto MISERIS SUCCURRERE DISCO ("I learn to succour the unfortunate"), dish engraved twice with family crest, with removable fnial similarly designed; on associated electroplated two handled hot water stand with liner
Overall length: 355mm / 14"
Width: 210mm / 8 1/4"
Motto for HINDE-HODGSON
Heraldic Silver Ltd
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