22 November 2000
Two George II silver salvers
Maker's mark of William Eley, London 1833 and 1834
Each shaped circular, on three leaf-capped scroll feet, the border cast with vacant rocaille cartouches, shells and scrolls, and chased with a rocaille, shell and scalework band, the centre engraved with a coat of arms within a floral cartouche, marked on reverse
11in. (28cm.) diam.
55oz. (1,727gr.) (2)
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