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A very fine pair of George III Salvers made in London in 1798 by Timothy Renou.

The Salvers each stand on four cast panel feet with a scroll bottom and reeded border. Each is of plain oval form with a raised rim decorated with a reeded border. The centre of each piece is engraved with a contemporary Crest. The Salvers are in excellent condition, with crisp marks and a good colour. It would appear that Renou came from a considerable family of Goldsmiths and was of Huguenot descent. He had workshops at 45, St. John's Street, West Smithfield when these salvers were made. Renou's mark is usually found on dinner plate, dishes and to a limited extent salvers, all of good quality and refinement of design.

Length: 9.5 inches, 23.75cm.
Width: 7 inches, 17.5cm.
Weight: 28oz, the pair.


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