A 19th Century Ottoman Silver Dish: Turkish SilverSOLD

This charming Ottoman Silver dish is of fine craftsmanship, and attractive design. It is unmarked, but probably from the Anatolian region of Turkey, and made during the rule of the Ottoman Empire.

Ottoman silver is highly collected, and very saught after. This dish is of lovely work, and approximately 9" diameter.

A fine piece of Antique Turkish silver which belongs in any fine collection of Ottoman silver.

Type: dish
Function: decorative silver
Country: Ottoman

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