Waiter Tray Salver Ball & Claw Sterling Silver 1932
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1932
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: Silversmith & Goldsmith
WEIGHT: 20.67 troy ounces (22.68 ounces or 643.00 grams)
Solid Sterling Silver Salver Hall Waiter Tray
Ball & Claw Feet
Made By Silversmith & Goldsmith
A Very Good Heavy Solid Sterling Silver Waiter. A Circular Waiter with a Gadrooned border. On Four Ball and Claw feet. The shell probably added after pilgramage to the shrine of St James at Camino de Santiago. Pleasing with charm and quality, made in avery good weight of silver.
The scallop shell also served practical purposes for pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago. ... The pilgrimage to the shrine became the most renowned medieval act of rvereance ...The popular Spanish name for the astronomical Milky Way is El Camino de Santiago..... Stamped to underside by respected makers Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company 112 Regent Street W1
Condition:The Waiter: Good Condition. Surface marks of little consequence.
The Marks: Well Struck.
GS & Co
Date letter r
Diameter: 10 and a quarter inches 26.3cm
Weight: 20.5 ounces 643 grams
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