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A set of four Victorian silver entrée dishes and covers, John Figg, London, 1855
oval with gadrooned rims, ribbon-bound reeded handles springing from lion masks, coiled serpent finials above rosettes and beads, engraved with contemporary arms
marked on dish, cover and finial
length over handles 14 1/4 in.
36.3 cm
283 oz
8801 g
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Catalogue Note

The arms are those of Waters of Sarnau, Co. Carmarthen, impaling Hutchinson for Edward Waters, M.D. Chester, and his wife Georgina, youngest daughter of the Hon. and Rev. Lorenzo Hely Hutchinson, whom he married in 1837. He died in 1891.

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