London, South Kensington
13 February 2001
A GEORGE IV SALVER
MARK OF BENJAMIN SMITH, 1829-30
the circular salver with an egg and dart border, the rim further decorated with a band of flowers on a granulated ground, between two bands of beads, raised on three scroll and grape, vine and leaf feet - 22.9cm(9in),18oz.
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