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A pair of George IV silver wine coolers, Paul Storr, London, 1821  complete with crested screw-in liners and detachable rims, richly cast and chased above square pedestal bases engraved on either side with a coat-of-arms within a scroll cartouche

A pair of George IV silver wine coolers, Paul Storr, London, 1821 complete with crested screw-in liners and detachable rims, richly cast and chased above square pedestal bases engraved on either side with a coat-of-arms within a scroll cartouche

A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER-GILT WINE COOLERS  MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1827  Price realised  USD 152,500 Estimate USD 100,000 - USD 150,000

A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER-GILT WINE COOLERS MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1827 Price realised USD 152,500 Estimate USD 100,000 - USD 150,000

A MONUMENTAL WILLIAM IV SILVER PRESENTATION VASE  MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1831  Vase form on a square base, the foot and stem modeled as upward-thrusting acanthus leaves, the body applied with oak leaves and acorns, the handles realistically modeled as scrolling vines, engraved on one side with an inscription, applied on the other side with a coat-of-arms and crest, marked on base and vase  26 in. (66 cm.) high; 602 oz. (18,739 gr.) gross weight

A MONUMENTAL WILLIAM IV SILVER PRESENTATION VASE MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1831 Vase form on a square base, the foot and stem modeled as upward-thrusting acanthus leaves, the body applied with oak leaves and acorns, the handles realistically modeled as scrolling vines, engraved on one side with an inscription, applied on the other side with a coat-of-arms and crest, marked on base and vase 26 in. (66 cm.) high; 602 oz. (18,739 gr.) gross weight

A George III silver tea urn, Paul Storr, London, 1809. This reps thy sy my writings re stolen shoes r sterling. Thank you. We need our bill paid,2day, so we can move forward from this caustic environment of the black and white group scam run by BB.

George III silver tea urn, Paul Storr, London, 1809 formed as a volute krater…

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WINE-COOLERS AND COLLARS MARK OF ROBERT GARRARD, LONDON, 1814

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WINE-COOLERS AND COLLARS MARK OF ROBERT GARRARD, LONDON, 1814

A FINE PAIR OF REGENCY SILVER-GILT WINE COOLERS MARK OF BENJAMIN AND JAMES SMITH, LONDON, 1811 Each vase-form, with fluted and acanthus base, the neck chased with grapevine decoration and applied with two ram's-head mask handles, with detachable cylindrical liners, the collars gadrooned with bound reeded rims Wow the detail ! Zoom in on Christies Site A.W

A FINE PAIR OF REGENCY SILVER-GILT WINE COOLERS MARK OF BENJAMIN AND JAMES SMITH, LONDON, 1811 Each vase-form, with fluted and acanthus base, the neck chased with grapevine decoration and applied with two ram's-head mask handles, with detachable cylindrical liners, the collars gadrooned with bound reeded rims Wow the detail ! Zoom in on Christies Site A.W

A pair of French Empire silver-gilt sauceboats from the Demidoff service MAKER'S MARK OF JEAN-BAPTISTE-CLAUDE ODIOT, PARIS, CIRCA 1818, AFTER A DESIGN BY ADRIEN-LOUISE-MARIE CAVELIER, THE APPLIED ARMS WITH THE MAKER'S MARK OF C. F. HANCOCK, LONDON, 1863 Price realised GBP 108,250 Estimate GBP 45,000 - GBP 80,000

A pair of French Empire silver-gilt sauceboats from the Demidoff service MAKER'S MARK OF JEAN-BAPTISTE-CLAUDE ODIOT, PARIS, CIRCA 1818, AFTER A DESIGN BY ADRIEN-LOUISE-MARIE CAVELIER, THE APPLIED ARMS WITH THE MAKER'S MARK OF C. F. HANCOCK, LONDON, 1863 Price realised GBP 108,250 Estimate GBP 45,000 - GBP 80,000

A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER-GILT CANDLESTICKS MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, LONDON, 1739 Each on square base with canted corners and cast with foliage, flowers, scrolls and rocaille, the conforming knopped baluster stem applied with floral garlands and with shell shoulder, with vase-shaped socket, the detachable nozzle with cast reed and shell border  Sold 73,259 GBP

A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER-GILT CANDLESTICKS MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, LONDON, 1739 Each on square base with canted corners and cast with foliage, flowers, scrolls and rocaille, the conforming knopped baluster stem applied with floral garlands and with shell shoulder, with vase-shaped socket, the detachable nozzle with cast reed and shell border Sold 73,259 GBP

AN IMPORTANT AND MASSIVE PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER-GILT EWERS  MARK OF EDWARD FARRELL,   LONDON, 1824, RETAILED BY KENSINGTON LEWIS  Each ovoid, the domed foot cast and chased with rococo scrolls and shells and with the Royal arms of France below a crown three times, on a stem cast as a dragon, the bodies chased with scenes from the Battles of Alexander the Great, with satyr and dragon handles and rocaille necks, the spout supported on a satyr, marked xxx-

AN IMPORTANT AND MASSIVE PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER-GILT EWERS MARK OF EDWARD FARRELL, LONDON, 1824, RETAILED BY KENSINGTON LEWIS Each ovoid, the domed foot cast and chased with rococo scrolls and shells and with the Royal arms of France below a crown three times, on a stem cast as a dragon, the bodies chased with scenes from the Battles of Alexander the Great, with satyr and dragon handles and rocaille necks, the spout supported on a satyr, marked xxx-

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