A vintage, possibly antique, silverplated salver with rim embossed with scrolls and shell shapes. The salver was produced by Alexander Clark and Company (1891 to 1940s) London and is marked Welbeck A1. This salver was possibly produced around the 1910s.
There is some loss to the plate particularly around the inner rim and some scratches and minor dinks to the upper and a little staining. The silverplate to the base is similarly but more extensively stained – we have been unable to remove this – and worn at the edge of the rim on the base (see photographs). This is reflected in the price.
The salver measures approximately 11.75in across at its widest and measures approximately 8.25in in diameter at the inner rim. The depth from the edge of the inner rim to the base is just over 0.625in.
Despite the condition element mentioned above, the salver is still a lovely item. Stand not included.
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