Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, London, 1773














The delicately designed dish cross of usual X-form with central round lidded burner, each arm with rectangular trellis sliders

surmounted by pierced shell form dish supports and raised on spurred c-scroll legs ending in pierced foliate feet, the arms with

rosette terminals, the deep burner with removable beaded lid


Marks: Grimwade #265, Full set of hallmarks on light, each foot & burner lid with maker’s marks and lion passant,

each arm marked with lion passant


Dish crosses were made primarily during the mid through late 18th century, being used

 for placement of hot dishes on sideboards.  They have sliding supports to fit a varying

array of shapes and sizes, making them suitable for a number of contemporary usages -

 including silver, ceramics, or even decorative objects that one might wish to elevate on a table.


Condition: Excellent; some tarnish buildup around burner lid and feet; one foot with slight tilt, visible in images


12.1 oz.


 3” High x 12” Long


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George III Silver Adjustable Dish-Cross with Burner, Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, London, 1773