Very few silver salvers survive from before about 1660. Most early salvers were round, with square ones being produced between about 1720 an d 1740.
Silver trays, essentially salvers with handles, were not produced until late in the 18th century. They were usually oblong or oval.
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HALLMARKED STERLING SILVER waiter tray business cards Sheffield 1969 222grams
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Exquisite Spanish Sterling Silver Rectangular Breakfast Serving Tray, 1.7kg
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English Sterling Silver Salver, Sheffield. Judaica/Jewish, South African.
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1916 Pinchurst Coutry Club Tennis Womans Trophy A9776 Stirling Silver
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