11 June 2003
A pair of William IV silver wine-coasters
Mark of Robert Garrard, London, 1832
Each circular, with reeded border, the serpentine gallery pierced and interlaced with foliate scrolls and strapwork and with gadrooned rim, the interior engine-turned in wave and basketweave patterns, the print engraved with a crest, with wooden inset, each marked on foot-rim
5½in. (14cm.) diam.
The crest is that of Wellesley (2)
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