Price

£4700.00

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George I sterling silver strawberry dish.
Made by William Ged, Edinburgh 1721.
Assay Master: Edward Penman.

Arms:  URQUART of Newhall, Scotland.
Motto: 'PER ACTUM INTENTION' -   The intention [must be judged] by the act.  

Attractive old family piece with crenelated edge and of good weight and pleasing patina.  Arms updated when Elizabeth Trail of Elsness married her merchant husband John Urquhart in 1794.

Diameter 7.3 inches (18.54cm)  
Height: 1.1 inches (2.79cm)
Weight: 11 troy ounces (342.13 grams)

Price

£4700.00

Condition report

Excellent

Stock number

8526
Strictly by appointment only

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  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
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