A fine pair of early George III Salvers made in London in 1769 by Ebenezer Coker.
A fine pair of early George III Salvers made in London in 1769 by Ebenezer Coker.
A fine pair of early George III Salvers made in London in 1769 by Ebenezer Coker.
A fine pair of early George III Salvers made in London in 1769 by Ebenezer Coker.

A fine pair of early George III Salvers made in London in 1769 by Ebenezer Coker.

1769 London

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The Salvers are circular in form with a shaped gadrooned rim interspersed with shell motifs. The raised edge is also decorated with raying shells and the centre is engraved with an unusual original Crest, with shell and scroll decoration below. Each stand on three claw and ball feet and have a crisp set of hallmarks on the reverse. The Salvers are in quite excellent condition and are of the finest quality.

Diameter: 8.2 inches, 20.5cm.
Weight: 26oz the pair.
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