Height 1 inches Diameter 8 ½ inches Weight 474 grams/15 troy ounces
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A George IV crested silver tray commemorating the marriage of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Arthur, 3rd Dragoon Guards, of circular form, raised upon three claw and ball feet with a shell and scroll raised border, the central incised crest and motto within a broad garland of C-scrolls and flowers, hallmarked for Barak Mewburn, London 1827.
Footnote: The crest is a marital one showing the family Arthur impaling Fetherstonhaugh, commemorating the 1845 wedding of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Arthur and Catherine Mary Fetherstonhaugh. (1804 – 1889) of Kibworth Grange, Kibworth, Leicestershire. The Arthurs were an Irish family from Limerick. A copy of the heraldry report accompanies this item.
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A George IV crested silver tray commemorating the marriage of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Arthur, 3rd Dragoon Guards