Pair of Late Victorian Pierced Silver Bonbon Dishes

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A very stylish pair of Late Victorian silver pierced bonbon dishes by William Richard Corke of London.

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W-10 H-4 L-12 (cm)

Item Reference:

58554-1337-1Tip! This item's Ref-Code breaks down thus...
Item Ref Code: 58554-1337-1
Item No. 58554 - Dealer No. 1337 - Building No. 1


This beautiful pair of Victorian pierced silver bonbon dishes are very pretty as a pair or displayed individually. Made in London in 1896 by the silversmith William Richard Corke they stand 4cm tall, with a length of 12cm and a width of 10cm.
The piercing is fine and exquisite. The front piercing of one of the bonbon dishes has a slight split when viewed very closely (see last photo.) This doesn't detract from the beauty however.
The weight of silver for the pair is 110g


Item Reference
Height: 4 cm
Width: 10 cm
Length: 12 cm
1880 - 1901, C19th (Late Victorian)
Country of Origin
Good condition commensurate with age. There is slight damage to the piercing on the front of one of the baskets but it doesn't detract from the beauty. See photo.


  • Free Collection from Hemswell, North Lincolnshire (we can store free of charge for four weeks)
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