Sheffield plate salver circa 1770 appears to have been made in six pieces and assembled. The three legs were soldiered on, the plain salver bottom is fitted into a frame that resembles a piecrust border and then the decorative shell border is riveted onto the piecrust frame. There does appear to be a few drops lead soldier or similar on the back. Not sure what that is for as it appears to have no purpose. But I did not try to remove it. The salver has been left as found. There are three "hallmarks" stamped on the bottom of the salver, that appear to be be the same stamp repeated three times. In very good as found condition that seems to show age appropriate wear. The salver is approximately 10 1/2 inches in diameter.Domestic: Flat-rate of $14.00 to anywhere within the contiguous U.S.International: Foreign shipping rates are determined by destination.Location: This item ships from Pennsylvania
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