A Very Good George II Silver Salver London 1758 by Fuller White


A very fine George II silver salver of  circular form with shaped shell decorated border. The central plate engraved with a contemporary coat of arms of floral form topped with a lion holding a star. The whole standing on the three curved and spiral gadrooned feet.
Marked for  London 1758 by Fuller White.
 The piece is in excellent overall condition with very minor signs of wear but no damage and no repair.
The hallmarks are clearly legible and it stands well on a flat surface and is made of a good robust gauge of silver.
Very lovely example of a small silver salver.

Diameter:  11.75 inches

Height:  1.5 inches

Weight: 806g or 28.5 oz


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