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Town: LondonDate : 1788Maker: Hester BatemanDimensions: 40cm diameterWeight: 1770gm
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The armorial engraved on this salver is that of Bassett (of Beaupre, Co. Glamorgan) impaling a variant of Jones/Johns. Although both names are common in this part of Wales these arms would appear to be those of Richard Bassett (1742-1819) who married Mary Johns at Lavernock in Glamorgan in 1768. She died in 1778 but he never remarried.The motto beneath the armorials means "Death , rather than shame". On 4 feet. Hallmarked on the reverse.
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