Georgian silver serving platters, 1804

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Silver Serving Platter
Made by William Stroud of London, 1804

One of a pair of solid silver platters purchased by Robert, 2nd Viscount Duncan of Camperdown, in 1804 for domestic use. It was one of many pieces of silver and silver-gilt tableware the Viscount bought in London after succeeding to his father's title in August 1804. It is engraved with the Haldane-Duncan family's coat of arms.

Purchased in 2001, with the assistance of the National Fund for Acquisitions (administered by the National Museums of Scotland), the Art Fund and the Friends of Camperdown House.
Museum number 2001-13-2

Georgian silver serving platters, 1804
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