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AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF WILLIAM AND MARY SILVER-GILT SALVERS

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Estimate: £50,000 - £80,000
ca. US$79,785 - US$127,656
Price realised:  £61,250
ca. US$97,736
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AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF WILLIAM AND MARY SILVER-GILT SALVERS
MARK OF PHILIP ROLLOS LONDON, CIRCA 1690, THE ENGRAVING ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN ROLLOS
AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF WILLIAM AND MARY SILVER-GILT SALVERS MARK OF PHILIP ROLLOS LONDON, CIRCA 1690, THE ENGRAVING ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN ROLLOS Each circular and on detachable flaring foot with beaded knop and cut-card border under base, with gadrooned borders, the field engraved with a coat-of-arms with an earl's coronet within drapery mantling, marked under base with maker's mark only 11 in. (28.2 cm.) diam. 84 oz. (2,616 gr.) The arms are those of Cavendish, for William, 4th Duke of Devonshire (1640-1707), who succeeded his father in 1684. (2)

Informations about the auction
Auction house: Christie's
Title: Centuries of Style: Silver, European Ceramics, Portrait Miniatures and Gold Boxes
Date of the auction: 27 Nov 2012 - 28 Nov 2012
Address: Christie's
27-28 November 2012, London, King Street