GEORGE IV SILVER TOASTRACK
Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1821
Of oblong form with reeded curved dividers resting on a gadrooned base, supported by
4 foliate and floral feet, the loop handle issuing from acanthus leaves surrounding an oval,
one side engraved "P", the other "B"
Condition: Crisp marks - f and crowned leopard (interesting as to timing or he May 1821 the crown was
dropped from the leopard's head); some minor bends to frame uprights
5" High x 6.5" Long / 10.6 oz. silver
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