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Salver

Object Number: 
INV.14060
Date: 
1793
Medium: 
Silver
Dimensions: 
Overall: 1 3/4 x 11 3/8 x 11 3/8 in. ( 4.4 x 28.9 x 28.9 cm )
Marks: 
engraved: in the center: a lion rampant on fess over the initials "I. C." in gothic script stamped: on the base: "DWR" in a rectangle, "I" in an oval, crowned lion rampant in a shield, three crosses crowned in an ellipse
Description: 
Cast and pierced silver salver; flat, square dish with a lion rampant on fess over the initials "I. C." in gothic script; vertically applied pierced, galleried sides with cast flower motifs applied to each corner and a cast beaded band applied around the top; four, hollow cast, tapered column legs with ball feet; maker's marks stamped on the base.
Gallery Label: 
This salver is engraved with the initials of New York City merchant Israel Corse (1769-1842).
Credit Line: 
Gift of Lena Cadwalader Evans; Lent April 16, 1937 by Israel Corse
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.
Creative: Tronvig Group