1 December 2005
A GEORGE IV SILVER TRAY
MARK OF REBECCA EMES AND EDWARD BARNARD, LONDON, 1821
Oblong and with an openwork fruiting vine border, heightened with figures and animals, with two leaf handles, chased with a band of foliate scrolls and flowers on a textured ground, engraved with a coat-of-arms, marked on front
33 1/8 in. (84 cm.) wide over handles
209 oz. (6,495 gr.)
The arms are those of Jones impaling another. The family of Jones were granted a baronetcy in 1808.
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