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A GEORGE II SILVER WAITER
MAKER'S MARK OF DAVID WILLAUME II, LONDON, 1728

Shaped square, on four bracket feet, the rims with bands of paterae and trelliswork, the borders engraved with scrolling foliage within brickwork and with shells between, the corners with oval scroll cartouches engraved with a crest, the center engraved with a coat-of-arms and motto within a strapwork and foliate scroll cartouche with two terms holding garlands, marked on reverse
8 1/8in. (20.6cm.) long
(20oz. 10dwt., 639gr.)

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