Two Victorian silver Dishes formed as Swans.
Two Victorian novelty Dishes in the form of a Swan preening its feathers, London 1884 and 1886, by Thomas Johnson. The heads are inset with glass eyes. The bodies and wings are formed from two cast elements. [Note slight differences in the positioning of the back wings]. A French tax mark struck on one dish.
Good. Very slight difference in surface between the two dishes.
Height: – 15 cm.; Width – 12 cm.; Depth – 2.70 cm.; Weight [of the two] – 333.30 gms.