Thomas Hannam & Richard Mills, London, 1764-5




Of heavy gauge silver, the circular salver with a plain field surrounded by a cast and applied openwork foliate border

with partially gadrooned edge and raised on three cast foliate openwork feet; crisp marks verso;

centering arms for the family of Watson :

argent out of a mount vert an oak tree fructed proper, sur,ounted by a fess dancetty azure

(These arms are a variant of the arms borne by many families with the surname of Watson notably

in Scotland or families of Scottish descent living elsewhere in the British Isles or elsewhere).


Condition : Excellent with expected minor surface scratches and pin point nicks appropriate to age and usage;

the feet without damage or reattachment


1.25” High x 8.75 Diameter / 11.5 ounces





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Heraldry Courtesy of John Tunesi of Liongam

Hertfordshire, United Kingdom




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Early George III Reticulated Silver Salver, Hannam & Mills, London, 1764, with coat of arms