London, South Kensington
19 November 2002
A George I Silver Waiter
Mark of Gabriel Sleath, London, circa 1720
the square waiter with canted corners, supported on four pad feet, centrally engraved with a later initial - 14.6cm. (15¾in.) square, 5.5oz.
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