We are offering
A Pair of 1832-33 English Sterling Footed Salvers
by London Silversmith Benjamin Smith.
These Rare salvers are marked "B Smith", "Duke St"
and " Linn Inn Fields"
with the Lion Passant, Leopard Head, date letter
and duty mark George 111
Details on these beautiful heavy salvers feature a shell & wave raised border
with center foliate design and crest
and three foliate bracket feet.
These heavy salvers obviously were well loved & used,
with a lot of history.
At the center of both salvers is the Crest for the English 33rd Regiment
(1830-1855) The Battles of Seringapatam and Waterloo.
In 1853 Queen Victoria renamed the Regiment, Motto & Crest
in the honor of the Duke of Wellington.
9" across by 1 3/8" high
Weight: Combined 954 g Individuals 473 g 481 g
Good age-related condition,
some wear from use to the center engraving to crest and marks.
Id. 150 Loc. S