Early 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert GainsfordEarly 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert GainsfordEarly 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert GainsfordEarly 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert GainsfordEarly 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert GainsfordEarly 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert GainsfordEarly 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert GainsfordEarly 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert GainsfordEarly 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert Gainsford

A fine George IV sterling silver, footed salver of shaped, circular form having a scrolled rim with seven Bacchus heads. Lobed, segmented border and foliate-scrolled surface with vacant reserve. Salver rests on four paw feet. Hallmarked Sheffield 1826. Maker Robert Gainsford. Weight 883 grams. Condition: there are a number of old, small repairs to the underside of rim and a larger old repair which is visible in our photos of the underside of rim, none of which compromises the integrity of the piece. This is a gorgeous piece of early silver at an excellent price compared with other similar pieces on the Internet.

Item ID: 102219

Early 19th Century English Sterling Silver Salver by Robert Gainsford

$2,150 USD

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