A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER TEA TABLE
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A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER TEA TABLE

THE SALVER MARK OF EBENEZER COKER, LONDON, 1766, THE TABLE 19TH CENTURY OF GEORGE III STYLE

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A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER TEA TABLE
THE SALVER MARK OF EBENEZER COKER, LONDON, 1766, THE TABLE 19TH CENTURY OF GEORGE III STYLE
The salver shaped circular with gadroon border on three leaf-capped scroll feet, the centre engraved with a rococo floral cartouche centred by a cockatrice crest coronet, the circular table top notched in three places to accomodate the salver, on a ring-turned and spirally-fluted baluster column with cabriole legs terminating in pad feet
27¾ in. (70 cm.) high; the salver 14¼ in. (36.4 cm.) diameter
weight of salver 44 oz. (1365 gr.) (2)
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Lot Essay

For a similar example see: Rothwell and Lomax, Country House Silver from Dunham Massey, London, 2007, p. 92-93, Cat. 38.
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