Early Sheffield plate covered soup tureen, c 1830, William IV period, castle in shield mark, well detailed robust acanthus leaf/flower scroll feet, beaded oval border (gadrooned), scrolled leaf handles, naturalistic scrolled vine/leaf/flower handle, “B” monogram on lid, silver on copper.
15” long, 9.5” wide, 8.75” tall, 8.5 pounds.
Condition – excellent. 250
- This is possibly an Exeter, England manufacturer, due to the castle mark being similar to Exter plate markings?
Antique Silver Plate