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Antique Silver George III Salver made in 1775

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A rare and unusual pierced border George III antique silver salver which has complementary pierced and cast feet.

Date 1775
Made By Peter Desvignes
Location London
Stock Number W83x40

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W83x40
Date:
1775
Maker: Peter Desvignes
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Description

A rare and unusual pierced border George III antique silver salver which has complementary pierced and cast feet.

The circular salver has a fine beaded border and pierced palmette decoration in a very fine and decorative arrangement.

The salver showcases the typical neo – classical style that this rare maker ( Peter Desvignes)  of Huguenot extraction tends to display.

Dimensions, full width 20 cm , interior 16 cm, height 2.5 cm .

Weight, 12 troy oz.

Maker
Peter Desvignes

Peter Desvignes

No record of apprenticeship or freedom. Only mark entered as smallworker, 28 June 1771.Address: Old Benton Street, Long Acre (spelt “Akee”). He appears as goldworker, Old Belton Street, Long Acre, in the Parl. Report list 1773. He or a son of the same names entered an incuse mark as goldworker, with Ann Macaire, 11 November 1793, at 13 Denmark Street, Soho, and he alone.  9 May 1796 at same address, probably after marrying her, since Ann Desvigny alone, presumably as widow, entered a further mark, 5 October 1813, at 44 Rosoman Street, Clerkenwell (Section V , AM (over) PD etc). Desvignes should not be confused with Peter Devese, goldsmith , Queen Street , Golden Square, who also appears in the Parl. Report list. The name Peter Desergnes ( Jackson, page 256) is apparently a misprint, the “vi”of -vignes being read as “er” at some point of transcription.

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Delivery Charges:
For the UK £15.00
For Europe £30.00
For the rest of World £50.00
The charges are subject to change

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