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A George IV silver-gilt salver
A George IV silver-gilt salver

MAKER'S MARK OF WILLIAM BATEMAN, LONDON, 1820

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A George IV silver-gilt salver
maker's mark of William Bateman, London, 1820
Shaped-circular and on three leaf-capped scroll feet, with gadrooned border, the centre engraved with the Royal arms within Garter motto acollé with the Royal arms with the Order of the Bath beneath, marked on reverse
21in. (53.2cm.) diam.
139ozs. (4,346gr.)
Provenance
H.R.H. Prince Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, K.G. G.C.B, (1771-1851), presumably given to his nephew
H.R.H. Prince George, 2nd Duke of Cambridge (1819-1904)
H.R.H. Duke of Cambridge K.G., K.T., K.P.; 6 June 1904, lot 100, (£64 to Tessier)
The Patino Collection, Christie's New York, 28 October 1986, lot 18
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