10 June 2008
A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SALVER AND A PAIR OF WAITERS
DUBLIN, CIRCA 1770, MAKER'S MARK JL OR IL
Each shaped circular and with a leaf heightened beaded border, on three pad feet, engraved with initials below a crest, each marked on the reverse
the salver 8 in. (20.3 cm.) diam.
the waiters 6 in. (15.4 cm.) diam.
22 oz. (696 gr.) (3)
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