George II Silver Dish Cross
George II Silver Dish Cross George II Silver Dish Cross George II Silver Dish Cross George II Silver Dish Cross
George II Silver Dish Cross

George II Silver Dish Cross

  • This English dish cross is a fine example of George II-era silver
  • The piece was crafted by London silversmith Robert Makepeace I
  • The dish cross allowed individual plates to stay warm at the dinner table
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Item No. 30-6706
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An elegant specimen of George II-period silver, this sterling dish cross is the work of London silversmith Robert Makepeace I. Designed to keep dishes warm at the dining table, the angle and length of the legs of the dish cross are adjustable to accommodate plates of various sizes.

Hallmarked London, 1774

11 1/4" diameter x 3 1/2" high
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Period: 18th Century
Origin:England
Type:Others
Depth:11.25 Inches
Width:11.25 Inches
Height:3.5 Inches
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