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The surface of the salver is plain and unembellished.
The raised Chippendale shaped border is ornamented with applied moulded decoration to the rim.
The salver is supported by four impressive scrolling hoof style feet.
This impressive salver is struck with Chester Assay Office date letter 'M' (1 July - 24 August 1962), which indicates this was one of the final pieces ever hallmarked at this Assay office which closed on 24 August 1962.
This impressive example of vintage silverware was crafted by John Foulkes Lowe and Margaret Joyce Lowe who traded as Lowe & Sons, registered in June 1962.
An item showing such specific dates for both a maker and assay office in such a short time frame is a rare piece.
42 troy ounces/1306g
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The salver has been professionally polished and is in presentation condition.
Full hallmarks struck to the surface are clear, apart from the maker's mark, which is slightly rubbed, but remains legible.
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Origin: Chester, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear