Georgian Sterling Salver By John Richardson c1747 London
Circa 1747-48, sterling. By John Richardson, London. This sterling silver salver from 1747 features a lobed rim with shell and grapevine accents and three paw feet. It is perfect for any service, modern or antique. Finely fashioned and having good weight, it is in very good condition.
Remarks from Lawrence Jeffrey:
“Georgian England is where the allspark of modernity was conceived.”
Leopard head for London, date letter for 1747, lion rampant for sterling and maker's mark for John Richardson.
can be arranged through a reputable packing & shipping provider.
Couldn't load pickup availability
Our Guarantee: Items purchased from LAWRENCE JEFFREY are fully
guaranteed. You can return any purchase within 5 days of your receiving it for any reason.
Payment Methods: VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, PayPal, and wire transfers accepted.