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    Georgian silver Salver/Waiter by John Langlands & John Robertson

    Georgian silver Salver/Waiter by John Langlands & John Robertson

    £825

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    About this item

    A perfect Georgian silver Salver/Waiter tray by John Langlands I & John Robertson I, hallmarked for Newcastle. The hallmarks are mint, with a perfect king's head strike but lacking the date letter. The maker's mark was in use from 1779 - 1791 so I have dated this Salver to this period. The tray is of a circular form and decorated with stylish bead borders and three ball and claw feet. It has no engraved crests or initials and is in perfect condition.

    OBJECT: Salver/Waiter tray

    CULTURE: Georgian

    DATE: 1779 - 1791 AD

    MATERIAL: Silver

    SIZE: It measures 16cm diameter and 26.2mm tall

    WEIGHT:  207.2 grams

    PROVENANCE: From a private collection, Hampshire. United Kingdom.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    12151 (AB-108224)

    Period

    18th Century, Georgian (1714 to 1837)

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