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A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER-GILT BASKETS MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1803 Price Realised GBP 49,250 USD 78,603

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER-GILT BASKETS MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1803 Price Realised GBP 49,250 USD 78,603

Paul Storr (English, London, 1771–1844), Caryatid Centerpiece, 1810, Sterling silver, Gift of the Elinor Bright Richardson Foundation, 95.602

Paul Storr (English, London, 1771–1844), Caryatid Centerpiece, 1810, Sterling silver, Gift of the Elinor Bright Richardson Foundation, 95.602

Paul Storr (English, London, 1771–1844), Caryatid Centerpiece, 1810, Sterling silver, Gift of the Elinor Bright Richardson Foundation, 95.602

Paul Storr (English, London, 1771–1844), Caryatid Centerpiece, 1810, Sterling silver, Gift of the Elinor Bright Richardson Foundation, 95.602

Paul Storr Paul Storr (1771 London – 4 March 1844 London) was an English goldsmith and silversmith working in the Neoclassical style during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. His works range from simple tableware to magnificent sculptural pieces made for royalty.  more from Wikipedia

Paul Storr was a great silversmith, sculptor, and designer working in the Neoclassical style and also in the Rococo Revival Naturalistic Style.

Detail An Exceptional William IV Silver-Gilt Ewer (1831 United Kingdom) by PAUL STORR, LONDON (1771-1844)

Detail of an exceptional William IV Silver-Gilt Ewer United Kingdom, ca. by Paul Storr, London

Centrepiece, part of the Grand Service used at a State Banquet at Buckingham Palace., courtesy Royal Collection Trust (c) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 2015Wonderful pieces from ‘The Grand Service’ on display including a stunning centerpiece and a pair of superb candelabra made by arguably one the greatest of the English goldsmith and silversmiths Paul Storr (1771-1844).  The centrepiece is one of a set of four that were acquired by George IV when he was Prince Regent and like the…

Buckingham Palace, Special Summer Opening of the State Rooms

Paul  Storr Silver Centerpiece ca 1820 A truly rare and magnificent sterling silver King George IV period centerpiece displaying Egyptian influence. Four incredibly detailed sphinxes with classic Egyptian headdresses sit with their wings thrust up, each stoically facing outward. Their tails curl and split, meeting in the center to form a lush finial.  A detachable woven basket rests over the wings of the sphinxes.

Paul Storr Silver Centerpiece ca 1820

A truly rare and magnificent sterling silver King George IV period centerpiece displaying Egyptian influence. Four incredibly detailed sphinxes with

Nineteenth-Century English Silver | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Paul Storr Silver candelabrum with stand 1838 British Genius Silversmith

- A pair of four-light candelabra centrepieces  Maker's mark of Paul Storr (Westminster 1771-1844 Tooting) Each with two cast applied coats-of-arms for Henrique Teixera de Sampaio George IV London, 1822 -

- A pair of four-light candelabra centrepieces Maker's mark of Paul Storr (Westminster 1771-1844 Tooting) Each with two cast applied coats-of-arms for Henrique Teixera de Sampaio George IV London, 1822 -

One of a set of four silver-gilt centrepieces, each with a central bowl in the form of a convolvulus flower, on a foliate stem with a wreath of flowers and four scroll branches, entwined with flowers, terminating in similar bowls. The lower section has a figure of Pan playing a pipe, a maenad playing cymbals and putti holding pan pipes and a tambourine, on a fluted circular base with lion's paw feet.

One of a set of four silver-gilt centrepieces, each with a central bowl in the form of a convolvulus flower, on a foliate stem with a wreath of flowers and.

Paul Storr (Westminster 1771 - Tooting 1844) An Important Regency Candelabrum Centrepiece

Paul Storr (Westminster 1771 - Tooting An Important Regency Candelabrum Centrepiece

Silver Centerpiece by Paul Storr https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/centerpieces/

Silver Centerpiece by Paul Storr

Antique English silver centerpiece by Paul Storr. Interchangeable candelabrum and bowl. Hallmarked London Paul Storr silver for sale at M.

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