New York, East
20 December 2000
A GEORGE III SILVER DISH CROSS
Maker's mark of John Langford and John Sebille, London, 1764
The plain cross on four sliding feet with shell-shaped supports, the central lamp of inverted pear form with removable cover with gadroon border, the lamp and cover engraved with a Baron's coronet and crest, marked under base and on each scroll leg, also marked on each arm with different maker's mark, the cover apparently unmarked.
12in. (30.5cm.) across; 16oz.
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