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Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)

A fine and impressive pair of antique Georgian English sterling silver coasters; part of our wine and drinks related silverware collection

SKU: A3004
Price: £1,795.00
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Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)
Sterling Silver Coasters - Antique George III (1779)

Description


These fine antique George III sterling silver coasters have a circular cylindrical form with a rounded base.


Each coaster is embellished with impressive shaped pierced undulating horizontal pale decoration accented with vertical arrangements of circular motifs amidst bands of simplified bright cut engraved leaf ornamentation.


The decoration to the body of each piece incorporates a vacant shaped rectangular cartouche.


The undulating rim of each coaster is ornamented with an applied bead decorated border.


The coasters have impressive mahogany bases with a button inset to the centre of each; the mahogany has an aesthetically pleasing mellow appearance.


Each coaster is fitted with green baize to the underside.


Maker: Unknown
Date: 1779

Condition


These antique coasters are a very good gauge of silver, fine quality and in excellent presentation condition.

The decoration to each piece is very crisp.

Full hallmarks struck to the surface of each coaster are rubbed; the nature of the coasters dictates the location of the hallmarks, resulting in their shallow struck nature and subsequent wear, in keeping with age. In this instance the hallmarks remain legible under an eyeglass with exception of the maker and one date letter. These coasters have been priced accordingly.


Reflections in photography may detract from the true representation of these pieces of Georgian silverware.


Dimensions


Height 4.2cm/1.7"

Diameter of top 12.9cm/5.1"


View our full range of coasters and bottle holders at AC Silver

 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in Antique Silver in the 1970's. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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