A Pair of English Salvers, made in Sheffield in 1826 by S. Younge; with elaborate leaf and shell borders surrounding richly engraved foliate centers.  The middle of each engraved with a crest of a bull's head gorged with a ducal coronet and the whole mounted on scrolling feet. Measuring approx. 10" (25.4cm) in diameter and 1.25" (3.2cm) high.

Product Weight : 1.41kg (45.30tr.oz)