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Italian Silver Buccellati Serving Dish

  • Padova, Italy circa 1940
  • Dimensions: 5 7/8 inches width, 2 inches tall

Buccellati of Italy is the most renowned silver maker globally, offering the highest quality of silver workmanship. Famed for gold jewelry and silver pieces since the mid-18th century, Buccellati is still producing wonderful examples of silver. This family business has skilled artisans that are considered some of the best in Italy and this creates wonderful craftsmanship, intricate detail work, and very interesting pieces. This storied family business with traditions rooted in a long history of craftsman, Buccellati uses their distinctive skills that revolve around inspiration derived from Etruscan patterns and animals.

A handsome Italian 20th century Silver Serving Dish made by Buccellati. Having a shaped gadroon border and residing on four ball and claw feet, this Italian Silver Serving Dish is quite attractive with its design. Because of its size, this elegant Italian Silver Serving Dish has many uses such as holding candy, nuts, and other sweets as well as condiments and sauces.

To learn more about Mario Buccellati, please refer back to Famous Silversmiths under the 20th Century Silver Section.

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