A George III Salver made in London in 1773 by John Carter
A George III Salver made in London in 1773 by John Carter
A George III Salver made in London in 1773 by John Carter
A George III Salver made in London in 1773 by John Carter
A George III Salver made in London in 1773 by John Carter

A George III Salver made in London in 1773 by John Carter

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The Salver stands on three cast claw and ball feet and displays a raised shaped rim decorated with beading interspersed with stylised foliate motifs. The centre of the Salver is engraved with a contemporary Armorial surrounded by a scroll, shell, trellis and floral spray cartouche. The Arms are those of the Staulton family with numerous branches and seats. The Salver is in excellent condition with crisp marks on the reverse. John Carter was a Royal maker patronised by King George III and also by his son, The Prince of Wales (later King George IV) when furnishing his Carlton House residence.
Dimensions
Diameter 11.90 inch (30.23 cm)
Weight 29.00oz t (901.90g)
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