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Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III
Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III

Sterling Silver and Carved Handled Server - Antique George III

£1,195.00

An exceptional, fine and impressive antique George III English sterling silver carved handled server; an addition to our diverse Georgian silverware collection

SKU A4301

This impressive antique Georgian sterling silver server has a triangular, rounded blade.


The anterior face of the blade is embellished with impressive finely pierced scrolling leaf decoration accented with bright cut engraved details.


The decoration to the sterling silver blade incorporates a vacant oval cartouche in junction with the plain bolster.


The blade is further ornamented with an undulating bright cut engraved and pin struck paralleling border.


The reverse of the blade is plain and unembellished.


This silver server retains the original and exceptional turned stained-coloured handle with a knopped terminal.


This impressive period piece, crafted by the Georgian London silversmith Benjamin Mountigue*, is in the original condition.


* Benjamin Mountigue was registered in October 1773 and also known as Benjamin Mordecai.


Date: 1784

This antique server is a very good gauge of silver, excellent quality and in excellent condition.

The coloured-staining to the handle has natural wear in keeping with age.

The bright cut engraved and pin struck decoration is all very crisp.

Full hallmarks struck to the underside of the blade are all very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of Georgian flatware.


Length 18.5cm/7.3"

Length of handle 6.8cm/2.7"

Width of blade 6cm/2.4"



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