George III Sterling silver salver tray 1783. This sterling silver salver tray, in fine condition, is attributed to Richard Rugg, London, 1783. It weighs in at 10.6 ounces or 300 grams. This salver is of a very good gauge and has a wonderful colour and patina.The hallmarks are well struck and clear. Salver rests on 3 feet shaped like a crown. The era saw a remarkable increase in innovation, the expansion of the British Empire, and a flowering of the arts, both literary and visual. Due to the Georgian eras 116-year span and ever evolving decorative styles, it is more accurate to consider both the Early Georgian and Late Georgian periods.
However, around 1725, elements of the exuberant Baroque and Rococo styles began to appear. The item "George III Sterling Silver Salver Tray 1783, Richard Rugg silversmith" is in sale since Monday, January 20, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.
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