Antique estate sterling silver footed chafing dish, crafted by
silversmith William Sumner in London, circa 1802.

In 1962, it was presented as an award by the New York Racing
Association, at the Aqueduct Racetrack in South Ozone Park,
Queens, NY, USA.

Since 1955, the New York Racing Association has operated the
three largest Thoroughbred horse racing tracks in the state of
New York in the United States.

The underside of the lid is engraved with the following: “New
York Racing Association, The Matron, Aqueduct 1962, won by
Mrs. Russell L Reinemans, Smart Deb”.

Marks are initials WS, Lion Facing Left, Crowned Leopard, G, King
George III. These marks indicate that the chafing dish was made
in London, England circa 1802 by silversmith William Sumner.

Total weight is 1,478.0 grams.
Great Sale PRICE!!

Chafing dish is about 14.5″ long x 8″ wide x 7.5″ tall.

Excellent estate condition. Gently pre-owned.

ITEM ID
925-sumner-chafing-dish
COLOR
Silver
ORIGIN
England • English
AGE
Early 19th Century
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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Antique 1802 William Sumner London Sterling Silver Chafing Dish 1,478 Grams

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