A charming 20cm (8") circular silver salver in a Georgian style. (1934)
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|Maker||Walker and Hall, Sheffield|
|Weight||332g (10.7 troy oz)|
A charming 20cm (8") circular silver salver in a Georgian style with a shaped gadroon border and standing on three claw feet. A very nice presentation piece.
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