A ROYAL GEORGE III SILVER MEAT DISH
A ROYAL GEORGE III SILVER MEAT DISH
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A ROYAL GEORGE III SILVER MEAT DISH

MARK OF WILLIAM FRISBEE, LONDON, 1807

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A ROYAL GEORGE III SILVER MEAT DISH
MARK OF WILLIAM FRISBEE, LONDON, 1807
Shaped oval with gadrooned rim with leaf-tips at intervals, the border engraved with the royal coat-of-arms and supporters on both sides, marked on underside
20 in. (50.8 cm.) long
78 oz. 12 dwt. (2,444 gr.)

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The arms engraved on this meat dish are for a Royal Duke, one of the sons of George III.

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