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A large George IV silver salver, Edward Barnard & Sons, London, 1828, Edward, Edward jn. John & W. Barnard, London, 1828

Estimate:

3,000 - 5,000 GBP

A large George IV silver salver, Edward Barnard & Sons, London, 1828, Edward, Edward jn. John & W. Barnard, London, 1828

A large George IV silver salver, Edward Barnard & Sons, London, 1828, Edward, Edward jn. John & W. Barnard, London, 1828

Estimate:

3,000 - 5,000 GBP

Lot sold:

6,300

GBP

A large George IV silver salver, Edward Barnard & Sons, London, 1828

Edward, Edward jn. John & W. Barnard, London

1828


circular, raised on cast shell, flower and acanthus supports, repeated at the rim above flutes and ribs and similar flat-chased ornament enclosing central coat of arms and motto Fortiter et Fideliter

64cm, 25in diameter

5540. 178oz

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The arms are those of Waley impaling Salomons (with Cohen), for either Jacob Waley (1818-1873) or his brother, Simon Waley Waley (1827-1875).

 

Jacob Waley (1818-1873), barrister and Anglo-Jewish community leader, elder son of Solomon Jacob Waley (formerly Levy/Levi, 1791-1864) and his wife, Rachel (née Hort, 1791-1854). He was married on 28 July 1847 to Matilda (1829-1883), third daughter of Joseph Salomons and his wife, Rebecca, sister of Sir Moses Montefiore, 1st Bt. (1784-1885). The latter married in 1812 Judith Barent Cohen (1784-1862).

 

Simon Waley Waley (1827-1875), composer, banker and prominent member of the London stock exchange, younger brother of the above. He was married in June 1859 to Anna Hendelah (1839-1899), daughter of Philip Joseph Salomons (1797-1866) and his wife, Cecilia (née Samuels).

 

Jacob Waley and Simon Waley Waley's paternal grandfather was Jacob Levi (1746-1816), an engraver, who was a member of the prominent 18th/early 19th century Levi family of Portsmouth. A silver torah finial, mark of Thomas Evans and Jacob Levi, London, 1784, which is believed to have been made for the synagogue of this community, is to be included in the forthcoming Treasures sale, to be held at Sotheby's, London on 7 December this year.