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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.

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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.

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