A George III Serving Dish, of unusual small size, made in London in 1786 by Benjamin Laver.
A George III Serving Dish, of unusual small size, made in London in 1786 by Benjamin Laver.
A George III Serving Dish, of unusual small size, made in London in 1786 by Benjamin Laver.
A George III Serving Dish, of unusual small size, made in London in 1786 by Benjamin Laver.

A George III Serving Dish, of unusual small size, made in London in 1786 by Benjamin Laver.

1786 London

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The Serving Dish is of a shaped oval form with a raised rim decorated with a gadrooned band. The border is engraved with a contemporary Armorial, with Motto below, all surrounded by a scroll and strap work cartouche. The dish is very well marked and has a good colour.
Length: 11.5 inches.
Width: 8 inches, 20cm.
Length: 11.5 inches, 28.75 cm

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