Twelve Sterling Chargers sold


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The quality of craftsmanship displayed on these sterling plates is remarkable. Further, they are handsome examples of mid-century modern design.

The marks do not include the maker’s name or logo.  The M indicates that they were made in Mexico City. The 01 registry number was used by a number of silversmiths, so I cannot attribute the plates to a specific maker. He was, however, obviously one of the best.

The diameter of the large plates allows them to be used in today’s style as chargers under a dinner plate or as traditional service plates.

The large plates are 11 3/4 inches in diameter. They weigh 18 troy ounces each  (217 troy ounces total) and are in very fine condition.

The small plates are 6 ¼ inches in diameter.  They perfect are perfect for bread and butter, dessert, and for use with cocktails. They weigh 5.3 troy ounces each (63.6 troy ounces total)


12 Mexican Service Plates (11 ¾”)
12 Mexican Butter Plates (6 1/4″) $3,750.00