Overwhelming yet subtle, the genesis of this baroque silver piece was preceded by conferring the emphasis due on immaculate bohemian conceptions of the most rarefied kind. Taking a cue from the accoutrements strewn on tapestries of the medieval era endowed our craftsmen with the inspiration necessary to contrive it into reality. Bearing the abstract of incisions and artful embellishments, this silver piece encompasses a litany of features whose salience precedes itself. Lumbering across the queen anne silver dish are dainty fluted rims of the most immaculate kind, arranged sequentially with the utmost of order.
Queen Anne Silver Handi With Serving Dish
- Flamboyant and bold, this unassumingly baroque silver dish from Beliram evokes nothing but gasps of admiration and awe.
- Constructed with an ornate emphasis of the most unyielding kind, its sublime texture and fluted adornments are emblematic of the inordinate emphasis accorded to the conception of an immaculate aesthete’s brainchild by the fabrication of this silver dish.
- Trundling down the surfaces are fluted rims that take inspiration from the elegant physique of the scallop, whereas finials of the most ostentatious kind adorn the crest, reminiscent to what one notes in edifices of the Gothic kind.
- Complementing the silver dish is a silver tray conceived with a similar penchant for granularity.