An Elegant George IV Wine Cooler

PAUL STORR, LONDON (1771-1844)

An Elegant George IV Wine Cooler

1824 United Kingdom

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A George IV wine cooler, London 1824, maker's mark of Paul Storr. The campana-shaped body on a spreading circular foot chased with a band of foliate scrolls on a matted ground below fluted bands, the lower part of the body chased with flutes and applied above with a band of trailing grape and vine on a matted background. The everted rim with egg-and-dart decoration. The acanthus-clad tied reeded handles issuing from classical masks, engraved to the front and back with a coat-of-arms and crest within a foliate scroll mantling.Fully hallmarked to the body.
The coat-of-arms are those of Townsend impaling those of Pechell, as born by the Rev. Henry Townsend of Honington Hall, Warwickshire, who married on 5th March 1811 to Catherine Anne, 3rd daughter of Sir Paul Perchell, 1st Bt.
Height 28.90 cm (11.38 inches)
Weight 2643.00g (84.98oz t)
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