A George III silver waiter, of heavy gauge, circular with shell and floral cast rim. Engraved with the arms of Col. Stephen Peacocke, 3rd Foot Guards, d.1830: Quarterly or and azure, four lozenges in cross between four annulets [counterchanged] (Peacocke o
English hallmarked sterling silver George IV waiter having a pegasus armorial, with rope twist edging & sitting on three cast foliate feet. London, 1820, maker Joseph Craddock & William Ker Reid. Condition good, minor age related wear. Diameter 16
A George II silver waiter, pie crust rim with husk border, foliate engraved to the centre framing a crest of a griffin's head, flames of fire issuing from its mouth, erased and gorged with a collar and chain. London 1745 by Robert Abercromby (a noted salve
A George II sterling silver waiter, Robert Abercrombie, London, 1743 the plain waiter with pie crust rim, inscribed with a rampant lion to centre, supported on 3 pad feet, inscribed 'CR' to the reverse 201 gms, 16 cm diameter
A sterling silver waiter, Boardman Glossop and Company, Sheffield, 1913 the square form salver having canted corners, reeded rim, inscribed 'Music Week Nov. 5-13 1921' ' Dame Nelie Melba DBE in appreciation from the committee' 140gms, 15.5 cm diameter. Pro
A rare fine quality George II crested silver waiter, engraved with a crest of a helmed arm grasping a fletched arrow issuing from a ducal coronet - with shell and scroll border and three pad feet. London 1759 by Ebenezer Coker. Weight 212gms. Diameter 17 c
A good Victorian period crested silver waiter, with gadroon border, finely engraved floral decoration and three shell and scroll feet. London 1871 by Elkington & Co. (Frederick Elkington). Weight 385gms. Diameter 19.5 cm
Victorian sterling silver waiter with armorial to centre, standing on 4 ball and claw feet, hallmarked London 1897, 'Goldsmith's Company 112 Regent Street' stamped to back, 20.5 cm wide, 350 grams approx
A Victorian silver small waiter, shaped circular with foliate border; presentation engraved and with crest and motto; Stephen Smith, London 1878; retailer: Goldsmiths' Alliance, Cornhill. Diameter 21 cm. Wt approx 370g.
A George III silver waiter, Ebenezer Coker, London 1762 of circular design with shell and scroll rim, engraved with monogram 'WSL' within a foliate scroll engraved band, raised on short pad feet, diameter 19 cm, weight 9.7oz, weight 273gms
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