Victorian silver plated crested entree dish and cover. The handle is detachable and allows the cover to become a second serving dish. The dish and cover are of plain form with gadrooned borders. The cover features a crest of a boars heard emerging from a turret. The underside of the dish features a retail stamp for A B Savory & Sons of London. They were based in Cornhill, City of London and traded in this name from 1833 -1866. Also on the underside of the dish is a partially rubbed mark for the amount of silver used in the plating. I can make out 40 DWTS, which equates to 62 grams.
Overall condition is very good. There is a slight loss of plating to the underside of the dish on the edges. There is moderate surface wear, light scratching and very minor surface bumps, as you would expect from a serving dish. Handle does not lock fully shut and slight gaps between cover and base.
Approximate weight is 1.773 kilos.
Approximate dimensions are 29 cm length, 21 cm width and 13 cm height.