Price

£1275.00

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A rare early George III silver pierced border salver made in London in 1771 by the specialist salver maker Richard Rugg.

The salver is circular with a fine gadroon pattern border and stands on three conforming pierced feet.

The border is finely hand pierced very much in the chinoiserie taste that was popular amongst the wealthy in the late George II, early George III period.

It is of good weight and condition with a fine surface.

Dimensions

Diameter 20 cms

Weight

13 Troy ozs

Price

£1275.00

Stock number

W80x42
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  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
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