A George III silver salver by John Carter, London 1770  (5)
Lot 351Y
A George III silver salver by John Carter, London 1770 (5)
Sold for £662 (US$ 1,108) inc. premium
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A George III silver salver
by John Carter, London 1770
Shaped circular form with gadrooned rim, raised on three scrolling hoof feet, crested, diameter 18cm, together with a Victorian silver teapot, by Daniel & Charles Houle, London 1852, plain bulbous form with leafy calyx finial, the scroll handle with ivory insulators, on a spreading circular base, length 16cm, a George III silver pap boat, by Thomas Johnson, London 1807, plain oval form with flaring gadrooned rim, length 13cm and a pair of Victorian silver salts, by John Evans, London 1848, cauldron form with overhanging gadrooned rims, the bodies embossed with floral sprays, raised on three shell embellished stepped hoof feet, diameter 7.5cm, weight total 36oz. (5)
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