Description and Details
We are delighted to be able to offer this fine & practical solid silver salver made by Thomas Hannam & Richard Mills in London, 1763.Being made by Hannam (a fine salver maker) despite its compact size, the salver is rather sturdy and made with a good degree of detailing and quality. The classical plain Georgian finish of the centre is contrasted by its 'pie-crust' and Rococo-style shell border. The salver is supported by three cast-silver feet. The size of the salver allows for it to be not only used for display purposes but for an array of practical uses such as serving deserts, presenting letters, drinks, jewellery, cigars, small objects on your desk etc.A delightful piece of fine yet practical silverware that can be fully enjoyed even today in the modern era - an ideal piece to get creative with and an exceptionally stylish way to serve/present your guests with treats.
The tray is fully hallmarked with Georgian English marks on the base.
*Please note all other items photographed are for display purposes only and this listing is for the salver only.
- Size (cm) W:20cm
- Size (inches) W:7.87
- Weight: 344 grams (11.05 Troy oz)
Great Condition - The tray great antique condition with no damage or issues at all - only some slight surface scratches on the mirror-like surface as to be expected with age.
Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
We will always ensure your items are packaged with the utmost care and see the delivery through to the end. In the very rare and unfortunate case of non-delivery/courier loss, you are fully covered with us and we will fully refund you.
*Colours of the product may slightly differ from the photos due to different computer screens & lighting conditions*
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