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English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII salver having a Chippendale border, a plain ground, sitting on four cast scroll feet. London, 1905, maker Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Diameter 31.5 cm. Weight 959g

George III hallmarked sterling silver salver. London 1765, maker Robert Rew. Crested to centre. Embossed border. Tri-footed. Diameter 27 cm Wt. 702g

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver salver. London 1879, maker William Hutton and Sons (Robert Hutton). Engraved with crest to centre, tri-footed. Wt. 512g diameter 26 cm

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver salver. Sheffield 1896, makers Walker and Hall. Tri footed. Diameter 27 cm Wt. 507g

Georgian silver and later engraved salver, with gadrooned borders, marked 1770, London, RR approx, 815g

A George II sterling silver, three footed salver, 1759 London, maker 'I.C'. Possibly John Cormick. Diameter 20.5 cm. Weight: 424gms

A Georgian style, sterling silver pie-crust edge, three footed salver, mid 20th century, Birmingham marks. Diameter 39 cm. Weight: 1216gms

A Victorian sterling silver salver, 1894 London, by William Hutton & Sons, having a pie crust edge design with scrolling and, acanthus leaves feet. Diameter 31.5 cm. Weight: 1085gms

A George V sterling silver shaped circular salver with gadrooned border and ball and claw feet by Thomas Bradbury & Co, Sheffield 1925, 21 cm diameter, 385 grams

English hallmarked sterling silver George IV salver having a cast scroll & foliate border, on an etched shell & floral ground with a central wheat sheaf cartouche, all on three cast scrolled shell & grape form feet. London, 1823, maker Paul Sto

Silver salver, mark of Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham, 1898, with shaped circular scalloped border, on three feet, hallmarked, approx. Weight 410 grams

Victorian silver salver, mark of Thomas Bradbury III & John S. Henderson, London, 1883, with shaped circular gadrooned border, on four hoof feet, hallmarked, with Lambert Coventry Street London retailer's mark, approx. Weight 335 grams diameter 20.

George V sterling silver salver plain shaped circular on three pad feet, 31 cm dia, Sheffield, 1930

QEII sterling silver salver shaped circular form on 4 scroll feet, engraved presentation inscription, Sheffield, 1963, 41.5 cm dia

George II sterling silver salver shaped circular with beaded, shell and scroll cast rim, engraved oval armorial on 3 claw and ball feet, London, maker, I.C

George II sterling silver salver shaped circular with shell & scroll cast rim, central engraved armorial on 3 acanthus scroll feet, London, 1743, John Robinson

A Garrards silver salver, London 1997, of plain circular form with raised reeded rim, 1981 grams

An English silver salver by Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield 1978, of shaped circular form with gadrooned edge on on claw and ball feet in original box and dust jacket, 35.5 cm diameter 1232 grams

A fine George III sterling silver armorial salver 1761/62 London, possibly marked for R Peaston (rubbed), with pie crust edging and shell form embellishments, raised on a trio of hoof feet, centred with an armorial enclosed within a foliage cartouche, engr

A fine sterling silver salver 1935/6 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Collingwood & Sons Ltd. The salver with a pie crust edge raised on three small curvaceous feet, bearing a 1938 inscription to the dish to P.F. Ward Esq, Superintendent Prudentia

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian salver having a cast scrolled foliate border, with hand-chased decoration, & sitting on three cast scroll feet. London, 1857, maker Henry Wilkinson & Co. Condition: fair, various holes throughout the bor

A sterling silver salver, of Chippendale pattern, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1927. Diameter 20 cm. Weight 309g.

A sterling silver scalloped salver, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmith Company, London 1925. 36 cm diameter.

Elkington sterling silver salver, banded borders, marked E & Co, Sheffield, 1975, approx 330g, approx 2 cm high, 21 cm deep

A Queen Elizabeth II silver salver, Wakely & Wheeler / London / 1959, of shaped circular outline, with a piecrust edge and a gadrooned border, approximately 912gms, 31 cm diameter

An Edwardian sterling silver salver, Walker & Hall / Sheffield / 1902, the shaped circular tray with a raised foliate scrollwork border, with an engraved centre surrounding the monogram 'Ma', supported by three scroll feet, approximately 568 gm

A small Victorian silver salver, Samuel Smily / London / 1861, circular, with a moulded shell and scroll border, on three shell and scroll feet, the centre engraved with a repeating scroll design, approximately 348 gms, 21 cm diameter

A sterling silver gadroon edged salver, 1895/96 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Elkington & Co, the salver with serpentine gadroon and threaded rims to borders of husk form swags and centred with a bright cut rocaille decoration, raised on three

A good Georgian sterling silver crested salver, 1752/53 London, with maker's mark for William Peaston, a fine salver with a pie crust and shell form rim raised on three curvaceous legs with hoof feet, and centred with a rocaille styled cartouche; hallmarke

A sterling silver salver, 1930/31 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Harrison & Howson, the fine salver with a pie crust and shell form rim raised on four tightly scrolled feet; crisply hallmarked underside, silver weight 388gr. Height 2.5 cm. Diamet

British Political History: A George V sterling silver shaped circular salver by Elkington & Co, Birmingham, 1927, with engraved presentation inscription 'To Captain David Margesson, MC., MP., by 5000 subscribing members of the Rugby Division Conser

George III sterling silver salver, hallmarked London 1781 makers mark rubbed, diameter 30 cm, 800 grams approx

A George IV sterling silver shaped circular salver by Joseph Craddock and William Reid, London 1823, with shell, acorn, egg and dart border and contemporary coat of arms 23 cm diameter, 580 grams

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian salver having an etched ground, monogrammed 'M', with a beaded border on scrolled feet. London, 1866, maker Thomas Bradbury & Sons. Condition good, minor age related wear. Diameter 23 cm. Weight 446g

An early 18th century English sterling silver salver, marks illegible. 19 cm diameter

Antique sterling silver tri-footed salver with rococo shell and gadrooning to the borders, marked Sheffield, William Hutton & Sons, 1901, approx 391g, 20 cm dia.

George V hallmarked sterling silver salver. Sheffield 1929, makers Hardy Brothers. Dual handled. Crested, width 60 cm depth 38 cm weight 2,500g

George V sterling silver salver plain shaped circular form on three scroll feet, Birmingham 1933, 25.5 diameter

George V sterling silver salver plain shaped circular form raised on 4 pierced legs, London 1924, 25.5 cm diameter

Victorian sterling silver salver, Barnard Bros (in box)

A Victorian sterling silver salver by Horace Woodward, London, 1874. 25 cm diameter