A George III silver Salver
An attractive George III silver Salver, London 1771, by Ebenezer Coker. The salver is engraved with a family crest of a parrot within a circular cartouche entwined with flowers; the border is chased with stylised floral swags suspended from flowerheads within an applied rim of beading interspersed with scrolls and leaves.
Diameter – 25.80 cm.; Weight – 649 gms.