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Lovely late 1800's silverplate Victorian butter dish with beautiful floral detailed double handles. Made by Derby Silver Co. It has a knife holder on the front.
The lid has floral details and a beautiful finial.
This piece has the original glass insert, with hollow center. The butter spreader knife is WM Rogers, I don't believe it is original to the piece, but it also has a lovely floral design.
Measured from handle to handle is approximately 8 7/8". Diameter of bowl is 6". Diameter of lid is 4 1/2". Glass insert diameter is 4 1/2". Height of entire piece is 5". Butter spreader knife is 5 3/4" long.
Marked on the bottom:

It also has the Derby anchor Hallmark, and has the number 10 etched or scratched into the bottom.

PLEASE NOTE, this piece is in vintage condition, it does have some condition issues.
The glass insert does have a large chip along the rim. When the glass is placed inside the bowl, it is not too noticeable.
The rim and inside of the bowl area shows wear, there are many tiny dents and scratches and some small spots of plate loss.
The dome is in good condition, showing regular usage wear. The knife shows some minor plate loss and regular wear. Overall has a bright, shiny appearance with minimal plate loss.

Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks for looking!

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