A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver
A Superb George II Silver Salver

JOHN LUFF (worked from 1724)

A Superb George II Silver Salver

1744 London

Offered by Forrest and Fraser Fine Antique Silver

£3,000 gbp
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A very fine silver salver of octagonal form with scrolling pattern rim and the whole resting on four scroll feet. The centre engraved with the Cockburn Armorial above 'Vigilans et Audax' meaning 'Vigilant and Bold', surmounted by the Cockburn motto 'Accendit Cantu' meaning 'He rouses us with song'. (see pictures) The crest is surrounded by a beautiful floral engraved design.

Hallmarked for London 1744 by John Luff.

This is in beautiful condition. The hallmarks are well struck and clear.



This is a great opportunity to acquire a truly wonderful piece of early George II silver.
This salver is in excellent condition, of a very good gauge and has a wonderful colour and patina.
The Cockburn family was an important 18th century Scottish low-lands family with many descendants now living in America.
Dimensions
Diameter 30.50 (12.01 inches)
Weight 900.00g (28.94oz t)
Medium
Silver
Signed/Inscribed
1744
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