An early Victorian silver Salver fit for a Judge.
A Victorian silver Salver, London 1845, by J.S. Hunt of ‘Hunt and Roskell late Storr Mortimer and Hunt.’ Stamped with a pattern number ‘2703’. The salver is of octafoil form with a ribbon and reed border ornamented with leaves at the incurves and the plate of the salver is chased with floral scrolls and engraved with a crest in the form of a demi-figure of Justice at the centre. The whole is supported upon four pierced scrollwork feet.
Height – 3.45 cm.; Diameter – 36.88 cm.; Weight – 1285.90 gms.