A Pair of Edwardian Silver Bonbon Dishes


A pair of Edwardian silver bonbon dishes.

A pair of Edwardian silver bonbon dishes, each dish of octagonal form with shell corners and floral rim, with sides alternating with fruit motifs and piercing, and with bases decorated with scrolls, leaves and flowers. Birmingham 1905 by Robert Pringle and Sons, made at their workshops in Clerkenwell Road, London EC1.

Condition: Overall very good, both dishes are in good condition with no splits or major dents, the marks are clear and both dishes have a good colour and appearance.

Diameter = 12 cm (4.75″)
Weight = 75 g (2.4 oz t)