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Peter Archambo, large salver, circular form with shaped scroll, shell and foliate border and having central armorial on plain field with border of shell, scroll and diaper work and mounted on four scroll feet with as inspected' data-content='The letters "A/F" or "as inspected" as part of a description is the cataloguer's shorthand for "all faults" or "as found", meaning the item has some type of damage or deficiency, it is of uncertain date or provenance, and/or that the seller takes no responsibility for the completeness of the item or the accuracy of the description.'>Af motif, one of the primary decorative elements of classical Greek and Roman architecture. Used as a decorative element in English, European and Australian furniture, particularly on the curve of a leg, and as decoration for a corbel.'>acanthus leaf and rosette decoration, bearing marks for Peter Archambo, London 1773 (A/F). Weight 4840grs, scratch weight 159.00. Diameter 58 cm

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