A Pair of George III Meat Dishes
A Pair of George III Meat Dishes

PAUL STORR, LONDON (1771-1844)

A Pair of George III Meat Dishes

1811 United Kingdom

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A pair of George III meat dishes, London 1811, maker's mark of Paul Storr. Bearing the coat-of-arms of Bampflyd for Baron Poltimore. The shaped oval meat dishes with shell and gadrooned border.
Sir Charles Warwick Bampfylde, 5th Baronet (23 January 1753 – 19 April 1823) of Poltimore in Devon, was a British politician who served twice as Member of Parliament for Exeter, in 1774–1790 and 1796–1812. He was the eldest surviving son of Sir Richard Bampfylde, 4th Baronet by his wife Jane Codrington (d. 1789), daughter and heiress of Colonel John Codrington of Charlton House, Wraxall, Somerset, near Bristol. He was baptised at St Augustine the Less Church, Bristol in Gloucestershire Bampfylde was educated at New College, Oxford and was awarded the degree of Doctor of Civil Law (DCL). In 1776, he succeeded his father as baronet. He was High Sheriff of Somerset for 1820–21 after the death in office of Gerard Berkeley Napier. Between 1774 and 1790 Bampfylde sat as Member of Parliament for Exeter. From 1796 he represented the constituency in the Parliament of Great Britain until the Act of Union in 1801, then in the Parliament of the United Kingdom until 1812.
Width 40.60 cm (15.98 inches)
Weight 3560.00g (114.47oz t)
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