Georgian, George IV, silver crested meat plate. London 1828. John Bridge of Rundell, Bridge & Rundell. 79 troy ounces.
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Georgian, George IV, silver crested meat plate with gadrooned and foliate shell border. Engraved to both sides of the rim with the coat of arms and motto "NOMEN EXTENDERE FACTIS" for Neeld. This is for Jospeh Neeld (1789 - 1856) of Grittleton House, Wiltshire. He was the heir to the Philip Rundell fortune which he inherited in 1828. One side also features a continental coronet.
In excellent order with only minor surface wear.
Hallmarked to the rear for London 1828 by John Bridge of Rundell, Bridge & Rundell.
Approximate weight is 2.461 kilos or 79 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions are 50 cm length, by 38.5 cm width and 2 cm height .