A George II Salver made in London in 1758 by John Jacob
A George II Salver made in London in 1758 by John Jacob
A George II Salver made in London in 1758 by John Jacob
A George II Salver made in London in 1758 by John Jacob
A George II Salver made in London in 1758 by John Jacob
A George II Salver made in London in 1758 by John Jacob

A George II Salver made in London in 1758 by John Jacob

1758 London

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The Salver stands on three claw and ball feet and displays a raised gadrooned rim decorated with raying shells and stylised foliate motifs. The centre of the salver is engraved with a contemporary Armorial surrounded by a floral, foliate and shell cartouche. The reverse displays a crisp set of hallmarks.
Dimensions
Diameter 7.00 inch (17.78 cm)
Weight 9.00oz t (279.90g)
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