GEORGE III SILVER SALVER
Richard Rugg, London, 1767
The round salver with plain field centering a coat of arms within a beribboned floral and foliate mantle,
surrounded by a rococo cast reticulated rim, raised on three splayed foliate feet.
Arms: on an embattled shield or and azure, above all a shield argent with a cross, or, three
crosslets in each quarter, a lion rampant, or, behind. It is un-researched, but possibly those
of a clergy, as the shield is beribboned, and mantle is floral and foliate, rather than the fabric
of a blanket . The simple cross on a shield is one of the oldest heraldic ensigns in England,
belonging to the time of the first crusades. It is the most frequently employed insignia of
12.5 Troy Oz.
Heraldry Courtesy of John Tunesi of Liongam
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
For additional salvers :
Edwards & Edwards,
Peaston, Arms of Custance
Mewburn, arms Curtis
George II Scottish Silver Salver, Dempster
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