The term entrée comes from the French and means something like "entrance/ starter/ entry". In the past, the first course was served in so-called entrée bowls at an upscale dinner. Even today, these vessels are still very much in demand, perfect for storing warm vegetables.
They come in round, oval or square shapes. Often the handles can be twisted off so that a second bowl is available for serving.
Rare oval warming dish on feet. Lower part with harmonious wavy rim, upper part with curved handles. Made by Emile Viners in Sheffield/England, Viners Ltd, circa 1933. Condition very good.
Dimensions & details
- L/W/H: 28 x 21 x 9 cm
- silver plated metal
- Condition very good
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