New York, Park Avenue
27 October 1992
A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WAITERS
LONDON, 1767, MAKER'S MARK OF THOMAS HEMING
Each of shaped circular form, raised on three openwork scroll feet, the gadrooned rim with openwork scroll decoration at intervals, the center engraved with a lozenge-of-arms within a foliate scroll and rocaille cartouche, marked under bases--7 5/8in. (19.3cm.) diam.
(24 oz.) (2)
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