12 June 2002
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY
A George II silver salver
Mark of John Crouch and Thomas Hannam, London, 1784
Oval, on four bracket feet, with beaded borders, the feet also with beaded borders, the field engraved with a coat-of-arms, crest and motto, marked on base
16 3/8in. (41.6cm.) long
The arms are those of Marsham impaling Bullock for the Rev. Jacob Marsham (1759-1840) and his wife Amelia France (d.1836), daughter of Joseph Bullock of Caversfield, co. Devon, whom he married in 1784.
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