London, South Kensington
14 June 2006
A LARGE GEORGE III SILVER CAST BORDER SALVER,
MAKER'S MARK INDISTINCT, ?H (script), LONDON, 1765,
Circular with fretwork border edged with beading, flowers & foliage, on four cast bracket feet, centre later engraved with rococo armorial, fully marked on base, border apparently unmarked, 17½ in. diameter (44.4 cm.), 70 oz.
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Post Lot Text
The arms are for Pomeroy, created Viscount Harberton in 1791.
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