Large Antique Silver Tray from England under George II from 1751

Item number: B0211021.2

Antique salver in 925/- silver

Category: Tablets


2.900,00 €

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Isaac Cookson (b. 1705, d. 1754), was born in Penrith and lived in Newcastle. He was one of the most important silversmiths of the time.

Large English salver on three paw feet with richly relieved rim, coat of arms engraving and motto "Deus Agit Causam", carved and made by Isaac Cookson, Newcastle 1751. Age-appropriate patina. Engraving rubbed, light scratches.

Dimensions & Details
- Silver 925/-
- Weight 1546 g
- Diameter 37,5 cm

 

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Material: Silber
Epochen: Klassizismus
Themen: Design Tafelsilber Sammlerstück
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