A George II Toy silver Kettle Salver, circa 1725.
A George I Toy silver Kettle Salver, struck only with the London lion passant twice, but probably by David Clayton. For a full size Kettle salver of this type, see an example by Edward Cornock, made in 1729, on this website.
Good. The salver is of the simplest form, made from sheet silver, with some marking to the surface above and below from use.
Width- 10 cm.; Weight – 32.20 gms.