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Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)

An exceptional, fine and impressive, large antique George V English sterling silver salver in the Arts & Crafts style; an addition to our silver dining collection

SKU: A8199
Price: £4,750.00
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Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)
Sterling Silver Salver by Charles Boyton - Arts and Crafts Style - Antique George V (1933)

Description


This exceptional antique George V English sterling silver salver has a circular form onto four feet.


The surface of this large silver salver has a planished finish in the Arts and Crafts style.


The fine and impressive raised border is ornamented with four applied iconic Arts and Crafts style square tiered motifs.


This impressive salver is supported by four bracket style feet accented with further applied square motifs.


This antique salver was made and signed by the renowned London silversmith Charles Boyton; large items crafted by this maker are uncommon.


View our full range of silver salvers, trays and platters at AC Silver


Date: 1933

Condition


This large silver salver is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional condition.

The silver salver has been professionally polished and is in presentation condition.

Full hallmarks struck to the underside of the salver are all very clear; the hallmarks are struck deeply due to the exceptional gauge of silver.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this impressive piece of antique silverware.


Dimensions


Diameter of rim 46.8cm/18.4"

Diameter of surface 40cm/15.7"

Height 2.4cm/0.9"


Weight


80 troy ounces/2488g


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. 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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