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Set of 4 Paul Storr Salt Pots

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£4,995.00
Salt Pots (4) - Oval with Gadroon Mounts & Paw Feet - London 1813/15 by Paul Storr - 11.4cm x 8.9cm oval; 5.5cm high; 736g combined weight - GR/7347

Set of 4 Paul Storr Salt Pots










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These are an outstanding quartet of late George III period silver open salt pots made by the great Paul Storr.

 

The quality of these salts is second to none, with each having a good, hefty weight in the hand. Standing on four paw feet with shell supports, the design of these salt cellars with their gardroon borders is typical of the opulent Regency period. The exuberant feeling is heightened by the gilt interiors which not only has decorative appeal, but also protects the silver from the corrosive effects of salt.

 

All four salt pots are engraved with a crest with motto surmount - "Innocent and True". Three of the salt pots are hallmarked for London 1815, with the fourth having a slightly smaller crest and hallmarked for London 1813. All four pieces are in excellent condition.

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