London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
A GEORGE II BRASS SALVER
With a rococo shell-work raised border on three foliate scrolled feet, a row oF pseudo-hallmarks to the underside
12½in. (32cm.) diameter
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Compare with the three salvers in Gentle and Feild revised edition of Domestic Metalwork, 1994, P.293 figs 1-3.
A similar shell cast salver from the Robert Holland-Martin collection was sold as lot 660, 22nd June 1993 Sotheby's Billingshurst.
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