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SA786325

Quality Pair Treble Crested Oval George III Silver Salvers London 1807 William Bennett

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£2,650 | $3,693 USD | €3,088 EUR
Item Number: SA786325
Date of manufacture: Georgian
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Eastdale Antiques
This antique has been viewed 25 times in the past month with the most views from France.

Description

This very good quality pair of oval treble crested George III silver salvers were made in London in 1807 by William Bennett and measure 11 inches by 8 3/8 inches wide and stand on 4 cast and gadrooned feet and have gadrooned borders with lovely Egyptian hieroglyphics to a panel around the face, they have 3 central crests and are fully and clearly hallmarked to the backs, a most unusual pair of salvers with Egyptian revival engraving in very good condition weighing 40.95 ounces or 1273 grams.
The Crests of Amhurst, Daniel and Tyssen
The crests as engraved upon this Pair of George III English Sterling Silver Oval
Footed Salvers by William Bennett hallmarked London 1808 are those of the families
of Amhurst, Daniel and Tyssen. They may be blazoned as follows:
Centre: On a mount vert three tilting spears one in pale and
two in saltire or encircled by a wreath of laurel
proper (for Amhurst)
Dexter: In front of a trefoil slipped vert a dexter hand
couped fesswise habited gules cuffed azure the hand
proper holding a cross crosslet erect also gules (for Daniel)
Sinister: A demi-lion rampant per fess wavy or and azure
ducally crowned gules and holding in the paws an
escutcheon of the second charged with an estoile of the first (for Tyssen)
Given the date of manufacture this pair of salvers they were in all probability in the
possession of William George Tyssen Daniel (afterwards Tyssen-Amhurst) (born
18th December 1801 died 30th December 1855), of Didlington Hall, in the County of
Norfolk, of Hackney in the County of Middlesex and of Foulden Hall in the County of
Norfolk. He was the eldest son of William George Daniel, of Westbrooke House, in
the County of Dorset and his wife, Amelia Amhurst William married Mary
Fountaine (died 9th February 1854), the eldest daughter of Andrew Fountaine, of
Narford Hall in the County of Norfolk on the 13th April 1834.
William served as the High Sheriff of Norfolk for the year 1843. By Royal Sign
Manual dated 6th August 1852, William assumed the name Tyssen-Amhurst
discontinuing that of Daniel.
1 The engraver has omitted the ‘mount’ upon which should rest the ‘tilting spears’.
2 Here the engraver has omitted the ‘trefoil’ behind the ‘hand’.
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This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Georgian.


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