Salvers and Trays


A George II Waiter

A George II shell and scroll border Waiter, London 1751, William Peaston.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM PEASTON (worked from 1746)


A Salver for the Corporation of Newport, Isle of Wight.

A William III Tazza, maker difficult to read, apparently over-striking another, London 1701,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A William IV Waiter

A William IV flat-chased Waiter, in 18th century style, London 1832, maker 'W.H', probably William Hewitt. The waiter is engraved with a contemporary crest for Prettyman of Staffordshire.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM HEWITT (worked from 1829)


Victorian large Salver

A Victorian bead edge Salver, after an 18th century model, London 1862, William Wrangham Williams for Lambert and Co. of Coventry Street. Crested.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM WRANGHAM WILLIAMS (worked 1860-1877)


Art Deco silver glass and ivory Tray.

An Art Deco silver-mounted 'armour glass' Tray with shaped ivory handles, London 1936, Josiah Williams and Company.    Read more

Maker: JOSIAH WILLIAMS & CO (worked from 1883)



Arthur Beardmore, radical City of London politician, newspaper editor and lawyer.
A George III Salver, Ebenezer Coker, London 1766, presented by Beardmore to Thomas Baynham, barrister in 1766.    Read more

Maker: EBENEZER COKER (worked 1738-1783)