SOLD! for $7,040.00.
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Pair of English sterling silver trays or salvers hallmarked for Paul Storr, London, 1808. Each of circular form with scalloped openwork rim in the manner of Paul de Lamerie, with foliate and shell engraved center featuring an engraved coat of arms depicting a lion and dog surmounted by a crown and reading "Nec Temere Nec Timide" (Neither random nor timidly). The crest is believed to be that of William Henry Vane, 1st Duke of Cleveland, 1st Marquess of Cleveland, Baron Raby, 3rd Earl of Darlington, 5th Baron Barnard KG (1766âÃÃ¶âÃâÂ¨1842). The trays are raised on scrolled and pierced rocaille feet. Hallmarked to underside, with additional engraved leopard crest. 13 3/4" dia. (33 cm). 86.90 total troy ounces.
PROVENANCE: Private Chattanooga, TN collection.
CONDITION: Both trays in overall good condition with expected general use wear. One tray with a couple of old tears to the rim. One with possible repair to rim near one foot.