22 November 2000
A pair of William IV silver salvers
Maker's mark of William Eley, London 1834
Each shaped circular, on four leaf and scroll feet, the scroll border cast with shells and vacant cartouches, chased with a band of shells, scrolls and scalework, the centre engraved with a coat of arms within floral mantling, marked on reverse of borders
15in. (38cm.) diam.
110oz. (3,441gr.) (2)
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