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Garrard English Sterling Silver 1806 Georgian Covered Serving Dish Bowl

US$2,400

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Robert Garrard, 1806 sterling silver butler's tray which can also serve as a covered dish or bowl in Georgian style. It has a rectangular shape with a gadrooned border and a slightly domed cover with an urn finial and a turned wood handle, measures 10'' by 7 1/4'' in width (14'' approx. with the handle) by 5 1/2'' in height approx., and weighs 46.1 troy ounces. The founder of the Garrard firm was John Wickes in 1722. In 1802 Robert Garrard Sr. took control of the firm. In 1818 he was succeeded by his three eldest sons. In 1952 the firm was amalgamated with Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd. Garrard merged with the prestigious jewelry firm Asprey in 1998 to become Asprey & Garrard. Garrard was crown jeweller since 1735 when George Wickes was appointed as goldsmith to the Prince of Wales. The 19th century continued with a succession of famous commissions for Royalty and in 1843 Queen Victoria bestowed the honour of Crown Jeweller on the company. Garrard has served six successive monarchs.

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