A fine and impressive antique English sterling silver salver; an addition to our dining silverware collection.
This fine antique sterling silver salver has a plain rounded square form with shaped corners.
The surface of this silver salver is plain and embellished with a circular cartouche incorporating a scrolling leaf bordered contemporary bright cut engraved coat of arms* depicting on chequy on a bend engrailed with three lions passant.
This impressive coat of arms is surmounted with a crest displaying a pelican in her piety, wings addorsed and elevated.
The raised rounded border of this antique salver is encompassed with plain applied moulded decoration to the shaped rim.
This antique salver is supported by four impressive hoof style feet.
This exceptional example of Georgian silverware was crafted by the renowned London silversmith Gabriel Sleath.
* The armourial bearings are those of the Chaundler family, often spelt ‘Chandler’. These arms pertain to the Chandlers who emigrated from England and settled in Massachusetts, America. Read this items heraldic identification report.
Diameter of surface 15.5cm/6.1″
12.3 troy ounces/382g