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A GEORGE II SILVER SECOND-COURSE DISH FROM THE DUKE OF SUSSEX SERVICE
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A GEORGE II SILVER SECOND-COURSE DISH FROM THE DUKE OF SUSSEX SERVICE

MARK OF PETER TAYLOR, LONDON, 1726

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A GEORGE II SILVER SECOND-COURSE DISH FROM THE DUKE OF SUSSEX SERVICE
MARK OF PETER TAYLOR, LONDON, 1726
Shaped circular, with gadrooned border, the border engraved S beneath a Royal Duke's coronet, engraved on reverse No. 1 26=0, marked on reverse, together with a Victorian example, William Kerr Reid, 1845, of similar design, engraved with a crest, each marked on reverse
The first 11¼ in. (28.1 cm.) diameter; the second 11¾ in. (29.4 cm.) diameter (2)

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Lot Essay

This Peter Taylor second-course dish is likely one of those described as: A pair of 11 in. circular ditto [dishes, with gadrooned edges] and sold from the collection of Silver, Silver Gilt and Gold Plate of his late Royal Highness, The Duke of Sussex, Christie's, London 23 June 1843, lots 177-180.
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