WILLIAM HUTTON SILVER PLATE –
A LIDDED VEGETABLE DISH.
Model: ANT MI lot 47:JW P3: 78E
A serving and chafing dish with an internal divided plate, one of the three segments pierced to allow drainage/steam from below, and with a long ebony handle. The cover has a removable handle so it can also be used as another serving dish.
The rims and the lid and handle are decorated with fluted raised borders.
WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS. English.
Established in Birmingham in 1800, and transferred to Sheffield in 1832.
After William died, his son William Carr Hutton continued in Sheffield. .
In 1930 the company was acquired by James Dixon and Sons Ltd, who introduced the crossed arrows trademark from that year.
Dia. 28 cm x 50 cm long