Victorian Silver Salver Tray Platter. Garrard & Co 1897 Mercers Queen Victoria.


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This stunning Victorian solid silver tray by the English Royal Family's Crown Jeweller and silversmith R & S Garrard dates from 1897, has beaded borders and is on three claw and ball supports.

This heavy tray which is of high quality is engraved with the Mercers coat of arms (The Mercers' Maiden) as a central monogram and is inscribed to the reverse "Presented by The Mercers Company in commemoration of the completion of the 60th year-of the reign of H.M. Queen Victoria."

In 1843, Queen Victoria appointed Garrard to the position of Crown Jewellers, leading to the production of numerous pieces of silverware and jewellery for the Royal Family, as well as the upkeep of the Crown Jewels.

A wonderful Victorian silver display piece with monogram and inscription of historic interest.

Material: Solid Silver.

Country of Origin: UK.

Date: 1897.

Hallmark: Lion for Sterling silver. Leopard Head for London. Date letter b for 1897. Makers mark for R & S Garrard & Co.

Size: 31 cms - 12 1/2" diameter. 3.5 cms high. Approx.

Weight: 940 grams

Monogrammed. Mercers coat of arms (The Mercers' Maiden)

Condition: Very good used antique condition with some light marks and light scratches. A few pinhead size small dings. No damage, breaks or splits.

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