The arms are those of Butler-Danvers impaling Fremantle for George John Danvers (1794-1866). He married Frances Arabella, daughter of Col. Stephen Francis William Fremantle in 1815.
This pair of waiters relates to an example sold in these Rooms, 25 June 1991, lot 35, and to Fueter's famous salver of 1773 engraved with the arms of the City of New York, now in the New-York Historical Society and illustrated in Martha G. Fales, Early American Silver, 1970, fig. 165, p. 180. All four have a similar sectioned and lobed border with an applied gadrooned rim.