Edward VII, matching pair of silver entree dishes with covers. Of plain, rectangular form. The handles can be removed so that the covers can become serving dishes. The handles were made to sit in position ever so slightly above the cover to avoid scratching the cover
In excellent original condition with no repairs. Some scratching to the bases of the dishes and occasional surface marks and small dints.
Each of the six pieces are hallmarked for Sheffield 1905 by James Dixon & Sons.
Approximate weight for both is 3.504 kilos or 112 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions for one are 27 cm length by 20 cm with and 11 cm height (with handle in position)