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A GEORGE III NAVETTE-SHAPED SALVER
A GEORGE III NAVETTE-SHAPED SALVER

MARK OF ELIZABETH JONES, LONDON, 1790

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A GEORGE III NAVETTE-SHAPED SALVER
MARK OF ELIZABETH JONES, LONDON, 1790
On four bracket feet, reeded border, centre with coat-of-arms, underside of base with later inscription dated 1874; also a teapot stand with bright-engraved decoration by Peter and Ann Bateman, London, 1795; and a small circular teapot stand by Robert Garrard (I), London, 1805
The largest, 9 3/8 in. (23.7 cm.) long
20.6 oz. (641 gr.) (3)

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