This stunning VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER was made by Henry John Lias & James Wakely in 1879.

Of circular form with gadrooned border this wonderful Silver Salver has superb engraving to the centre and is raised on three claw-and-ball feet.

Made from very heavy gauge silver and weighing over 500gms (17.0 ozt) this Silver Salver is in amazing condition with crisp hallmarks and little sign of use or wear despite being over 140 years old. 

With no added engravings, monograms or initials, this fabulous Silver Salver would look superb in any setting or would enhance any collection.


Used / Excellent
There is no damage and no repairs.

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Size Diameter – 10.0” (250mm) / Height – 1.5” (37mm)
Weight 528gm / 17.0 ozt
Assay Office Leopard’s Head – London
Lion Passant English Sterling Silver (0.925)
Maker's Mark HJL over JW into trefoil – Henry John Lias & James Wakely
Monarch's Head Queen’s Head – Duty Paid
Year Letter ‘D’ – 1879

Victorian Silver Salver 1879

  • Product Code: S_2061879
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £395.00

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