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A very unusual George III Drinks Salver made in Edinburgh in 1810 by Patrick Cunningham & Sons.

£ 3,250

The Salver stands on four detailed claw and ball feet. The rim rises to a gadrooned border which is interspersed with very unusual double raying shells, flanked by acanthus scrolls. The main body displays a wide band of chasing, executed in the Scottish manner, including scrolls, fruiting vines and floral sprays. This is a most unusual design , with shells in the border, and is in excellent, crisp, condition. A very crisp set of marks are shown on the reverse.

Diameter: 10.5 inches, 26.25 cm.
Height: 1.25 inches, 3.13 cm.
Weight: 23oz