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GEORGE III SILVER DOUBLE-CRESTED SALVER

John & Edward Edwards, London 1814

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of circular form within a gadrooned border, the plain field centering two side-by-side crests

(a demi-man in armor, in dexter an arrow, on chest a bird – Kersteman, Fairbairn’s 27/11;

a falcon rising out of a mural coronet, on breast a ducal coronet– Hasted)

raised on four scrolled feet

 

Condition : Excellent with clear marks and fine engraving;

expected light scuffs and fine scratches, appropriate to age and usage;

the feet are as originally set, without having had need of reinforcement

 

8-5/8” Diameter / 13oz.
 
 

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#6225

 

 

 

For additional salvers :

 

George III Silver Salver

Mewburn, arms Curtis

Pair George II Silver Salvers

Peaston, Arms of Custance

George III Silver Salver

Richard Rugg

George II Silver Salver

Carter, arms Low Countries

George II Scottish Silver Salver, Dempster

 

 

 

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George III Silver Double-Crested Salver, John & Edward Edwards, London 1814, crests for Kersteman, & Hasted