A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER MEAT DISHES
A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER MEAT DISHES

MARK OF JOSEPH CRADOCK, LONDON, 1829

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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER MEAT DISHES
MARK OF JOSEPH CRADOCK, LONDON, 1829
Shaped oval, the ribbed borders with shell, scroll and foliate embellishments, engraved with coat of arms, later inscribed under bases Lila Vanderbilt Sloane from James A and F. Adèle Burden, July 8th., 1902
20¼ in. long (51.2 cm.)
157 oz. (4945 gm.) (2)

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The arms are for Onesiphorous Tyndall-Bruce (1790-1855), a Bristol barrister, merchant and banker
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