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An impressive Victorian sterling silver tray, the shaped oval tray with scroll and shell design on all types of furniture and decorative arts from the 17th century onwards. Scalloped edges or ridges refers to a wavy pattern reminiscent of the edge of a scallop's shell, sometimes seen on ceramics.'>shell motif' data-content='As the scallop shell is symetrically proportioned, it has been used as the basis of a shell design on all types of furniture and decorative arts from the 17th century onwards. scalloped edges or ridges refers to a wavy pattern reminiscent of the edge of a scallop's shell, sometimes seen on ceramics.'>scallop shell border and foliate engraving' data-content='The method of decorating or creating inscriptions on silver and other metal objects by marking the surface with a sharp instrument such as a diamond point or rotating cutting wheel.'>engraved surface. Central boar crest with 'Deo Fidens Proficio' inscribed. William Mammatt & Sons Sheffield 1899. Weight 4.1kgs. Width 74.5 cm. Diameter 48 cm

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