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FREDERICK KANDLER. An unusual George III Salmon Dish made in London in 1776 by Frederick Kandler.

This exceptionally fine piece has an unusual elongated form, ideal for a salmon. The raised, shaped, border is decorated with an unusual rounded gadrooning and the border is engraved on one side with a contemporary Armorial and on the other with an unusual Crest. The Arms and Crest are those of Robyns of Netherall, County Worcs, with branches in County Staffs and County Suffolk. The Arms on the inescutcheon of pretense are those of Goddard, quartered by Comerford. The Dish is very well marked and is of the finest quality in terms of design and production.

Frederick Kandler is considered one of the finest silversmiths of the Eighteenth Century and had workshops in Jermyn Street, St James's. His finest peice is considered to be that of the Great Wine Cooler in the Hermitage.

Length: 19.5 inches, 48.75cm.
Width: 13 inches, 32.5cm.
Weight: 55oz


gbp 2,950