A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER AND WAITER AND A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER
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A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER AND WAITER AND A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER

THE FIRST WITH MARK OF JOHN TUITE, LONDON, 1730; THE SECOND WITH MARK OF ROBERT ABERCROMBY, LONDON, 1745; THE THIRD WITH MARK OF RICHARD RUGG, LONDON, 1771

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A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER AND WAITER AND A GEORGE III SILVER SALVER
THE FIRST WITH MARK OF JOHN TUITE, LONDON, 1730; THE SECOND WITH MARK OF ROBERT ABERCROMBY, LONDON, 1745; THE THIRD WITH MARK OF RICHARD RUGG, LONDON, 1771
The George II salver of shaped circular form with molded edge, on three cabriole feet, initialed on base, marked on base; the waiter decorated with a crest, applied molded rim, on three scrolled feet, marked on base; the George III salver with scalloped circular gadrooned rim, on three cabriole feet, the center engraved with a crest, marked on base
The largest 8 in. (20.3 cm.) diameter; 25 oz. approximately
Provenance
Rogers Fund, 1913 (the salvers).
Bequest of Reverend Alfred Duane Pell, 1925 (the waiter).
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