Victorian sterling silver salver by Edward Kerr Reid, London, 1856.
A remarkable large silver salver from the Victorian era by Edward Kerr Reid. The salver is embossed with beautiful floral and foliate decoration and fruits in a basket. The lovely border of the salver is embellished with a fine and impressive applied scroll and shell decorated border. The salver is supported by four cast pierced scroll decorated bracket style feet. The coat of arms read: FORTUNA ET ALBORE - which in Latin means: By Good Fortune and Exertion/work.
Weight: 1830 grams
Dimensions: 43,5cm - diameter
Maker: Edward Kerr Reid