London, South Kensington
22 May 2007
A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER
MARK OF DANIEL SHAW, LONDON, 1754
Shaped circular with shell and scroll border on three hoof feet, the plain ground engraved with a crest and motto "VITIS SED FORTIS" - 9 3/8 in.(23.75cm.) 14.50 oz; TOGETHER WITH a modern silver coffee pot R. Comyns, London, 1962, 19.50oz gross. (2)
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