A fine German 800 silver serving dish of shaped, circular form having a moulded rim. The border bears an engraved double crest, circa 1900. Hallmarked “800” for the silver standard, German national mark, and maker J.C. Osthues, Münster, Westfalia. Diameter 15 ¾ inches. Weight 1244 grams (40 Troy ounces). Provenance: Schloss Gewelinghausen, Münster, Westfalia. Surface scratches commensurate with age and usage.