George III Silver Salvers


Stock: 9898

Date: 1819

Country: England

A good pair of antique silver salver of plain design with a shaped border and on scroll feet. With a...

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A good pair of antique silver salver of plain design with a shaped border and on scroll feet. With a large hand engraved armorial within a decorative cartouche. Ideal size for use with small objects such as glasses and bottles.

Total weight 999 grams, 32.1 troy ounces.

Diameter 21cm. Height 2.0cm.

London 1819.

Maker “W.B”.

Sterling silver.

Marks. Stamped with a full set of matching English silver hallmarks to the underside. Maker “W.B” – we have not attributed this to a specific maker due to the many similar marks registered for this set of initials.

Literature. The traditional form of salver with plain flat surfaces and small feet at the edge, rarely found before the reign of George I, was made in various forms such as round, rectangular, oval and octagonal and are an ideal starting off point for collectors of early silver. The term “waiter” is not commonly used but relates to small examples less than 6 or 7 inches; these have become very popular now to stand a bottle or wine glass.


Both are in very good condition. Crisp armorials. Fully matching.

Maker Information

No maker assigned

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