A VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER
PROPERTY FROM A EUROPEAN ARISTOCRATIC FAMILY
A VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER

MARK OF EDWARD KER REID, LONDON, 1874

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A VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER
MARK OF EDWARD KER REID, LONDON, 1874
Shaped circular and on four ball and claw feet, with gadrooned border, engraved with a coat-of-arms, marked underneath
24 3/4 in. (62.7 cm.) diam.
187 oz. 6 dwt. (5,825 gr.)
The arms are those of Le Strange impaling another, almost certainly Austin, presumably for Hamon Le Strange (1840-1918) and his wife Emmeline (1846-1918), daughter of William Austin of Boston, Massachusetts, whom he married in 1866. Le Strange, of Hunstanton Hall, Norfolk, was a diplomat and antiquarian. He was the son of the decorative painter Henry Styleman Le Strange (1815–1862).

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