Irish Silver Salver, Richard Williams, Dublin, Circa 1760
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Description: - An Irish silver Salver by Richard Williams, Dublin circa 1760. The Salver is of circular form, with a shell and scroll border, the centre with chased foliate and scroll decoration, engraved with a crest, on three hoof feet. The crest is that of Eyre, originally from Macroom, County Cork. The hallmarks are located to the reverse with the makers mark of 'RW' (Richard Williams), with crowned harp, and figure of Hibernia.
Period: - Circa 1760.
Engraving: - Engraved with the crest of Eyre, originally from Macroom, County Cork.
Maker: - Richard Williams.
Measurement: - The Salver measures 20.4cm (diameter) x 2.8cm (height).
Weight: - 341.9 grams / 10.99 troy ounces.
Condition: - The Salver is in good antique condition. The usual surface scratches and marks associated with a piece of this age. There are no dents, splits, or repairs. Please see photos for confirmation of condition.
Item No: - 1091.