Antique Miniature Sterling Silver Dolls Fruit Bowl English Levi and Salaman 1901
This is such a pretty little addition to your doll house. This hexagonal silver dish or fruit bowl was made in England at the end of the Victorian period. As can be clearly seen by the crisp silver hallmarks this dish was made in 1901 by Phineas Harris Levi and Joseph Wolfe Salaman of Birmingham. Dish is shown against a standard sized sewing thimble for scale purposes.
Size: 2 1/8" (5 cm) diameter and weighing 9 g
Condition: Clean and crisp with very minor surface wear to the interior. This item has not been cleaned by ourselves.
We adore the ornate, scrolling border and the very attractive shape. We can see it now on your very special doll's dining table.
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