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A rare George III Salver made in London in 1774 by Hester Bateman


The Salver stands on three claw and ball feet and displays a raised shaped rim which is decorated with applied beading interspersed with foliate motifs. The centre of the salver is engraved with a contemporary Crest which, in heraldic terms, is a plume of four ostrich feathers issuing from a Ducal Coronet. The Crest is that as used by the Cardew family. The Salver is very well marked and is of a very good weight. Salvers are rare from the Bateman workshops, as Hester made very few during her career.

Diameter: 6.25 inches

Weight: 8oz