Silverplated Small Serving Dish with Food Warmer Component, Marked EPNS

Silverplated small serving dish with food warmer component, marked EPNS. This is an attractive serving dish. with an simple but elegant rimmed edge on the top and bottom pieces. The knob on top is beaded. The EPNS marking is in the inside top beside the bolt that holds the knob in place, and is 4 individual squares, each with letter, EPNS. The E block is only partial. Sorry, I could not get te camera to pick up the mark with any clarity.

The dish stands 5" tall and is about 7" wide. The bottom is shallow, 1" deep, its capacity is small. The base has a simple screw in type knob to hold the hot or cold water to keep the contents at a desired temperature. I have not attempted to polish this piece, will leave that for its new owner.

Silver plate or electroplate is formed when a thin layer of pure or sterling silver is deposited electrolytically on the surface of a base metal. Common base metals include copper, brass, nickel silver - an alloy of copper, zinc and nickel - and Britannia metal - a tin alloy with 5-10% antimony. Electroplated materials are often stamped EPNS for electroplated nickel or silver.

Item ID: 1121077


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Silverplated Small Serving Dish with Food Warmer Component, Marked EPNS

Silverplated Small Serving Dish with Food Warmer Component, Marked EPNS
Silverplated Small Serving Dish with Food Warmer Component, Marked EPNS
Silverplated Small Serving Dish with Food Warmer Component, Marked EPNS
Silverplated Small Serving Dish with Food Warmer Component, Marked EPNS
Silverplated Small Serving Dish with Food Warmer Component, Marked EPNS
Silverplated Small Serving Dish with Food Warmer Component, Marked EPNS

Silverplated small serving dish with food warmer component, marked EPNS. This is an attractive serving dish. with an simple but elegant rimmed edge on the top and bottom pieces. The knob on top is beaded. The EPNS marking is in the inside top beside the bolt that holds the knob in place, and is 4 individual squares, each with letter, EPNS. The E block is only partial. Sorry, I could not get te camera to pick up the mark with any clarity.

The dish stands 5" tall and is about 7" wide. The bottom is shallow, 1" deep, its capacity is small. The base has a simple screw in type knob to hold the hot or cold water to keep the contents at a desired temperature. I have not attempted to polish this piece, will leave that for its new owner.

Silver plate or electroplate is formed when a thin layer of pure or sterling silver is deposited electrolytically on the surface of a base metal. Common base metals include copper, brass, nickel silver - an alloy of copper, zinc and nickel - and Britannia metal - a tin alloy with 5-10% antimony. Electroplated materials are often stamped EPNS for electroplated nickel or silver.

Item ID: 1121077


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