22 May 2009
Property from the Collection of Professor and Mrs. Clifford Ambrose Truesdell
A GEORGE II SILVER WAITER
MARK OF THOMAS HEMING, LONDON, 1752
Shaped square, set on four quilted scroll feet, the border chased with quilting, with shells at corners, the field flat-chased with foliate ornament, and centering a coat-of-arms engraved amid a rococo cartouche, marked under base
6¼ in. (15.9 cm.) long; 6 oz. (197 gr.)
With N. Bloom & Son, London, December, 1974.
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