A very fine pair of George III Salvers made by Crouch & Hannam in London in 1782.
A very fine pair of George III Salvers made by Crouch & Hannam in London in 1782.
A very fine pair of George III Salvers made by Crouch & Hannam in London in 1782.

A very fine pair of George III Salvers made by Crouch & Hannam in London in 1782.

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The Salvers are oval in form and stand on four cast panel feet. The raised rim is also decorated with a double beaded band and various bands of bright cut and prick dot engraving. The centre is engraved with a contemporary Crest surrounded by a Greek Key cartouche. Each Salver is in excellent condition and is very well marked. Crouch and Hannam were specialist quality maker's of Salvers and Trays. The Crest is that as used by the Cockburn family. One pictured.
Dimensions
Width 9.25 inch (23.49 cm)
Depth 7.25 inch (18.41 cm)
Weight 25.00oz t (777.50g)
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