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A very fine George II Rococo dRINKS Salver made in London in 1746 by John Swift.

£ 4,250

The Salver stands on three substantial raying shell cast feet with leaf capped scroll legs above. The main body has a raised shaped scroll rim with cast Rococo shells attached, flanked by foliate motifs. The centre is beautifully engraved with a contemporary Armorial surrounded by a Rococo shell, scroll and floral spray cartouche. The Salver is of the finest quality, with very crisp marks on the reverse. John Swift was a very fine maker and the size of this piece lends itself to not only serving drinks, but also for a variety of uses in the dining room.

Diameter: 12.1 inches, 30.25cm.
Height: 1.75 inches, 4.38cm.
Weight: 32oz.