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George III Second Course Dish. London 1775

£ 1,575

Reference
8060
Extremely well made George III second course dish with a shaped gadroon border. The rim is engraved with a contemporary ambassadorial coat of arms surmounted by a crown.
Maker: Augustin le Sage. London 1775.

The full set of hallmarks are clearly stamped on the reverse of the rim.

Augustin le Sage was of Huguenot descent and was part of a family of silversmiths and goldsmiths renowned for the high quality of their work. His father, John le Sage was Subordinate Goldsmith to the King and the high standard of Augustins work reflects his fathers skill.
This second course dish has many versatile uses today.

Diameter: 10.5 inches (52.07cm)
Weight: 22 troy ounces (684.28 grams)
Year
1775
Medium
Silver
Origin
London
Condition
Very good