Paul Storr Antique George III Sterling silver plates


Hallmarked in London for 1809 by Paul Storr.

Sterling Silver.



A pair of Antique George III Sterling silver dinner plates by Paul Storr which are circular in shape with wavy edges, plain bodies, lovely ribbon-tied reeded borders decorated with grapes and leaves and each resting on a flat base. These wonderful silver plates are from the Lonsdale collection by Paul Storr and were probably sold by Rundell, Bridge and Rundell. There is a crest at the top of each body with the motto of the Order of the Garter with an Earl’s coronet below. The overall condition is excellent. These silver plates would make useful additions to a Paul Storr collection and would be perfect to use. They weigh 49 troy ounces (1523 grams).

The crests are those of Sir William Lowther who became the 1st Earl of Lonsdale in 1807. He was also made a member of the Order of the Garter in the same year. He lived from 1757-1844.

Complimentary postage is included within the price.

Additional Information

Height : 1.7 cms (0.7″).

Diameter : 26.3 cms (10.4″).

Weight : 49 troy ounces (1523 grams).

Excellent condition.


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