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. 


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Heraldry Courtesy of John Tunesi of Liongam

Hertfordshire, United Kingdom



Also See :



George III Old Sheffield Plate Meat Dish

Matthew Boulton, England c1810-15

Double Sun Mark with Faces



For Other Scottish Silver, Please See :



Pair George IV Scottish Silver Toddy Ladles

John Caw, Edinburgh, 1826



George II / III Scottish Armorial Silver-Mounted Cowrie Shell Snuff Box

John Welsh (Likely), Edinburgh c1760
The large oval cowrie shell with substantial silver mounts,

the cover centering the arms of Pearson quartering MacNamara




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George III Scottish Silver Meat Dish, Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh, 1773-4, crested and arms for Stewart