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The surface of this impressive soup tureen is plain and unembellished.
The upper rim of the tureen is ornamented with an impressive applied rope twist border accented with a simple leaf design to either side.
This Georgian tureen retains the original hallmarked push fit domed cover, surmounted with an impressive reed decorated handle enveloped with chased decorated leaf designs to the terminals.
The tureen is fitted with fine and impressive angular loop handles embellished with plain moulded ornamentation.
The stepped portion of the pedestal foot is encircled with a border reflecting the same design as that of the body.
This antique tureen was crafted by the very important and renowned London silversmith Paul Storr; the item reflects the exceptional quality and standard associated with this maker.
Length across handles 44.7cm/17.6"
Height to top of handles 25.9cm/10.2"
Height to top of cover handle 33.5cm/13.2"
116 troy ounces/3609g
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The applied and chased decoration is very sharp.
Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the rim of the foot are all very clear; hallmarks are deeply struck and sharp due to the exceptional gauge of silver.
The part hallmarks to the sleeve of the cover are also very clear with exception to the second portion of the maker’s mark which is rubbed, in keeping with age and due to the location.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of Georgian silverware.
Origin: London, England
|Height||33.50 cm||(13.19 inches)|
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear