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A very fine suite of three early George III Serving Dishes made in London in 1762 by Frederick Vonham.


The set consist of one pair and a larger single serving dish. Each Dish is of shaped oval form with applied gadrooned borders. The borders are all engraved with a contemporary Armorial surrounded by a shell, foliate and floral spray cartouche. The reverse each engraved with a number and their original scratch weight. The Dishes are in excellent condition, are very well marked and have a good colour. The Arms are those of the Kyte family of Dorset, with the Colebrook family in pretence.

Length: 39.5 cm and 34 cm respectively.