GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER MEAT DISH
Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh, 1773-4
Of heavy gauge silver, the oval shaped meat dish with gadrooned rim, bearing both a crest and the marital arms of Francis Stuart,
the 9th Earl of Moray and his wife Jean Gray, the eldest daughter of the 11th Lord Gray :
(dexter) Quarterly 1st and 4th, or, a lion rampant within a double tressure flory counterflory gules surrounded with a bordure
gobony argent and azure (as a descendant of the Royal House of Stuart)
2nd and 3rd chequy azure and argent (Stewart of Doune);
(sinister) Gules a lion rampant within a bordure engrailed argent (Gray);
the crest a pelican in her nest feeding her young proper below an earl’s coronet (Stuart).
Both arms and crest are ensigned with an Earl’s coronet.
Supporters : dexter, a greyhound argent collared gules ; a lion guardant gules;
Motto : “Salus per Christum” (Salvation through Christ)
Condition : Scratches and wear from use
10-3/8” x 13-1/2”/ 30.5 oz.
Heraldry Courtesy of John Tunesi of Liongam
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
For Other Scottish Silver, Please See :
William Buchanan Taylor, Inverness, c1910
"S RIOGHAL MO DHREAM"
"TOUCH NOT THE CAT BOT A GLOVE"
George II Scottish Silver Salver, Viscount's Coronet over D, William Dempster,
Alexander Gardner & Co., Edinburgh, 1801
Arms of Menzies
|George II Scottish Silver Marrow Scoop, Glen, Glasgow, 1743-52|
Also See :
Andrew Fogelberg, London, 1777, Arms of Hick-Beach
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George III Scottish Silver Meat Dish,
Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh, 1773-4, crested with a pelican feeding her
young beneath a ducal coronet (Stewart) .and arms for Stewart