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The surface of the salver is embellished with an impressive engraved marital coat of arms* displaying an escutcheon with a catherine-wheel, surmounted with a helm and accented with impressive scrolling leaf ornamentation to the background.
This contemporary coat of arms is surmounted with a crest of six ostrich plumes and bears the motto 'Virtute' - Power to the lower portion.
The rim of the salver is embellished with a thread decorated border.
The salver is supported by four bracket style feet, ornamented with scroll and ball ornamentation in addition to a thread decorated border.
This exceptional antique sterling silver salver is a fine example of its type.
* The marital coat of arms is that of the Reverend William Thomas Parr Brymer and Jane Ann Wilkinson. Rev Brymer was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, becoming Canon of Wells in 1834, and Archdeacon of Bath in 1839. Jane Wilkinson was born in Burchester, County Durham.
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Total length 61cm/24"
Length across surface 56.5cm/22.25"
Total depth 46cm/18.1"
Depth across surface 41.5cm/16.3"
128 troy ounces/3981g
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There are fire marks to one side of the surface and some minor surface scratches, in keeping with age.
Full hallmarks struck to the underside of the salver are all very clear.
Reflections in photography may detract from the true representation of this example of Georgian silverware.
Origin: London, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear