11 June 2003
A George II silver salver
Mark of Dennis Langton, London, 1736
Shaped circular, on four scroll feet, with moulded border, the field engraved with a coat-of-arms within a scalework and foliate scroll cartouche, marked on reverse
11¾in. (30cm.) diam.
The arms are those of Ingram of Earls Court, St. John, co. Worcester quartering another, possibly Hostang, with Molyneux, co. Dorset in pretence.
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