A Large George II silver Salver or Tray, London 1750 by John Le Sage
An impressive George II silver salver or tray of large shaped circular form. A cast and applied shell and scroll gallery, with the plain central plate engraved with a vacant rocaille cartouche. The whole standing on four hoof feet.
Clearly hallmarked to the underside for London 1750 by the important Huguenot silversmith John Le Sage.
This salver is in wonderful condition with little sign of wear. The hallmarks clear, with excellent colour and patina.
Height: 4 cm or 1.5 inches
Diameter: 52 cm or 20.5 inches
Weight: 2554g or 82.11 ozT (90 oz)