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George II Silver Salver, Dorothy Sarbitt, London, 1754

George II Silver Salver, Dorothy Sarbitt, London, 1754

Item Description:

The surface with a patch repair to the centre and later chased with leaf scrolls, shell work and flower sprays, within a deep moulded border, gadrooning, scrolls and shells to the rim, on three hoof feet, 7.3 troy ounces

On the underside you can see the large circular outline of solder where a new piece of silver has been let in, presumably replacing an unwanted armorial or family crest. The chased decoration crosses the seam of this patch and also is worked through the hallmarks thus showing this to have been added later, probably in Victorian times.


Appears to be in fair condition, with wear and repairs.Please contact for specific condition questions and to request a full condition report.


Said to have belonged to the Estate of Charles Barclay of Scotland


Diameter 6 3/4 in.


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