George II solid silver salver by important maker c. 1746George II solid silver salver by important maker c. 1746George II solid silver salver by important maker c. 1746George II solid silver salver by important maker c. 1746George II solid silver salver by important maker c. 1746George II solid silver salver by important maker c. 1746George II solid silver salver by important maker c. 1746George II solid silver salver by important maker c. 1746

Beautiful salver or tray with a well-done gadroon border. It also bears gorgeous engravings done at a later time period. The engraved decorations seem to be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Queen Victoria's reign, as they include years 1837-1887, Queen's crown,
and also say "The Jubilee". The salver is hallmarked on the back with lion passant for sterling silver, crowned leopard's head for London, UK, date letter l for year 1746, and a maker's mark. It is hard to decipher the first letter of the maker's mark but the second one is scripted K under fleur-de-lis which suggests that the maker was a well-known and important silversmith Charles Frederick Kandler, working in London in mid-18th century. On the gadroon border there is also a set of later hallmarks that probably correspond to the time the border has been added. These hallmarks have a date letter A for year 1837, lion passant and maker's mark WH.
The tray is of very heavy gauge silver, is absolutely gorgeous and is in perfect condition.
Width: 9 3/4 inches, weight: 17.8 oz.

ITEM ID
SI-0714
ITEM TYPE
Vintage
CREATOR
Salver
STYLE
George II
COLOR
Silver

George II solid silver salver by important maker c. 1746

$875

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