This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A pair of fine quality George III period salvers made in London in 1792 by John Crouch and Thomas Hannam of London.The salvers which come in a later red leather Wartski presentation box from the 1950s are plain in style with a reeded border and stand on three reeded feet.The salvers are engraved with an impressive family armorial and are of particularly good weight and in very fine condition throughout.A lovely pair of late eighteenth century salvers by probably the finest and most important specialist salver and tray makers of the period.


Diameter 21cms


27 Troy ozs

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