New York, East
30 June 1998
A VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT LARGE SALVER
Maker's mark of J.W. Dixon, London, 1900
Shaped circular, on three part openwork swirled fluted shaped scroll supports, the ground center engraved with crest and mottos and two rings of engraved foliate arabesques, linked by stylized foliage at intervals, with molded border and elaborate matted rocaille rim--21in. (53.3cm.) wide, 121oz.
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Please note the salver in this lot is 21in. (53.3cm.) wide, 121 ounces. Estimate: $3,000-5,000.
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