This is a stunning antique silver plated cutlery tray by the sought after silversmith William Hutton and Sons Sheffield, circa 1870 in date.
The tray is of rectangular shape with rounded corners and straight sloping sides and the rim is exquisitely beaded.
The cutlery tray has two rectangular compartments and a central divider with a handle for ease of use.
Add this lovely and rare cutlery tray to your next dinner party and amaze your guests.
In excellent condition, with no dents, demage or repair. Please see photos for confirmation.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 12 x Width 44 x Depth 26
Dimensions in inches:
Height 4.7 x Width 17.3 x Depth 10.2
WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS Sheffield
The firm was established in Birmingham in 1800 by William Hutton, and was transferred to Sheffield in 1832. After the founder’s death the business was continued under the style of William Hutton by his son William Carr Hutton. The firm was transformed in William Hutton & Sons in 1864 and William Hutton & Sons Ltd from 1893 to 1930. In 1930 goodwill transferred to James Dixon & Sons Ltd. The firm used the trade mark CROSS ARROWS (6 or 8 arrows) after the acquisition of Creswick & Co (c. 1900). The firm used their trade mark ANGLE PLATE
Our reference: 09470