queen victoria silver server
I have included a ruler and a tea sized spoon to help you visualize the size.

This very strange looking cast server is crowned with two shields and appears to show a topless Art Nouveau style Queen Victoria.
There is a French Minerva silver quality mark in the bowl and two untraced marks on the back of the bowl (A & a fleur de lis)
The heavy
server appears to be entirely cast with minor touch up work

I suspect that this piece was made in Schoonhaven, Holland sometime in the 1890's

queen victoria silver serve
I am unsure of the meaning of the shields above her head
I suspect that the star over her head is related to her horoscope

queen victoria coat of arms silver

The back of the bowl is cast  with this very three dimensional coat of arms
The lion above the coat of arms is somewhat unusual

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