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Cup and salver. A silver gilt, bell-shaped covered cup. It is engraved with the arms of the South Sea Company, flanked by supporters, between a helm, crest and motto within a ribbon roundel. The cup has scroll handles and a spreading foot. The domed cover has a two-tiered finial. The circular salver is engraved with the same memorials, and decorated with gadroon borders. It was made in London by Thomas Farren in 1715.
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