London, South Kensington
11 June 2003
A Pair of Geroge IV Silver Meat Dish Covers and a Pair of Matching Continental Meat Dishes
The covers with the mark of Robert Garrard, London, 1825, the dishes modern
the shaped oval domed covers each with a coronet finial, each side applied with a coat-of-arms, the conforming dishes with a gadrooned rim, marked inside covers, on finials and coat-of-arms - the dishes 42cm. (16½in.) long, the covers 162oz. (5,038gr.).
See Illustration (4)
Apparently Christie's London, 25 June 1958, lot 17 (the covers).
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