George III footed oval silver tray made in London in 1796 by Alexander Field. Field was born in Hoxton in 1750 and died in Shoreditch in 1826. Hoxton is located in the east end area of London in the borough of Hackney. Field became a well known silversmith in Haberdasher's Row in Hoxton. The tray is in excellent condition with only the scuffs that come with time and usage. There is no damage or repair. It has a beautiful bright cut engraved central crest. It measures 7"long x 5"wide x 1.25"high and weighs 6 ounces.