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Lot 350

By Toovey's

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A James II silver large chinoiserie footed salver, the circular top flat-chased with a continuous border of four Oriental figures, two long-legged birds and further birds in flight amongst palm trees and other foliage, beneath sunrays emerging from clouds and further clouds, all framed within spiked matted bands, raised on a reel-shaped foot, London 1688 by Benjamin Yate (maker`s mark YT), diameter approx 34.3cm. Note: a similarly decorated but smaller footed salver was sold in Sotheby`s sale of early English silver from the collection of the late Charles L. Poor, New York, 26th October 2005, lot number 101. In the same sale a William and Mary silver two handled cup, lot 95, dated 1689, bearing `YT` maker`s mark, was attributed to Benjamin Yate.

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Estimate: 30,000 GBP - 50,000 GBP

THREE-DAY SALE OF ANTIQUES, FINE ART & COLLECTORS’ ITEMS

  • Venue Address

  • Spring Gardens
  • Washington
  • RH20 3BS
  • United Kingdom
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  • Sale Date

  • 21 May 2014 10:00 BST

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