Rare Georgian Silver Salver London 1799 - 9oz Peter, Ann & William Bateman


Rare Georgian Silver Salver London 1799 - 9oz Peter, Ann & William Bateman

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Rare Georgian Silver Salver London 1799 - 9oz Peter, Ann & William Bateman:
$600


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Item: SalverDescription: - Quality Georgiansilver salver, circular form and has a decorative thread border. To the centre is a family crest Fidelis Semper. Stands atop scroll feet and has clear hallmarks to the base. Made by the respected makersPeter, Ann & William Bateman 1799
Assay: - London - Sterling Silver (.925 Fineness)

Date: Period: - 18th CenturyEngraved: - Crest Maker: - Peter, Ann & William Bateman
Measurement: - 180 mm diameter (1 inch = 25.4mm) Weight: - 270 grams or 8.68 troy oz

Condition: - Very good condition, light surface marks through use, fabulous period item.


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Rare Georgian Silver Salver London 1799 - 9oz Peter, Ann & William Bateman:
$600

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