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A very rare pair of early George III Salvers, of very unusual design, made in London in 1766 by Thomas Hannam & John Crouch.


These very unusual Salvers stand on three cast claw and ball feet and display a most unusual raised wave rim which is decorated with bold beading. The centre of each piece is engraved with a very unusual contemporary Crest. Both are in excellent condition and are very well marked on the reverse. The quality is outstanding, as would be expected from this partnership who specialised in the production of trays and salvers. This is a most beautiful and unusual design, which is very seldom seen on the market.

Diameter : 7.6 inches, 19cm.

Weight: 24oz, the pair.