A pair of George III silver-gilt waiters
maker's mark of Frederick Kandler, London, 1760
Shaped circular and on three shell and scroll bracket feet, with shell and gadrooned rim, the centre chased with a broad band of scrolls, flowers and foliage on a matted ground, and later engraved with a coat-of-arms beneath Earl's coronet, marked on the reverse and engraved both with numbers and scratch weight 'No5 15=16, No6 16=8'
9in. (23cm.) diam.
32ozs. (1,002gr.) (2)
Edward, 1st Earl of Harewood (1740-1820) and thence by descent to
George, 7th Earl of Harewood (b.1933)
Magnificent Regency Gilt Banqueting Plate and Old English Silver, the Property of The Rt. Hon the Earl of Harewood; Christie's London, 30 June 1965, lot 94 (230 to Wood)