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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George IV Armorial Silver Salver

William Stroud, London, 1821

arms & motto of Granville Leveson-Gower, the 1st Earl Granville

Provenance : How of Edinburgh


George II Silver Salver

John Robinson II, London, 1746-7

Arms for the marriage of Thomas Harvey and Lydia Ive, Norwich;Harvey served as Mayor of Norwich 1748.


George III Silver Salve

Richard Rugg

cypher monogram “WP” beneath a hedgehog developed to a porcupine

10.25" Diameter





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