Paul Storr Antique William IV Sterling Silver Meat Platter/Serving Dish -1832


Hallmarked in London for 1832 by Paul Storr.

Sterling Silver.



An Antique William IV Sterling silver meat platter/serving dish made by Paul Storr which is oval shape in design with a plain body, gadroon decoration around the borders and resting on a flat base. This silver meat platter has been made to a very high standard, as one would expect from Paul Storr, and would be perfect to use on the table. There are some slight knife marks on the body which are normal and in keeping with natural use over the years. There is also a crest on one side of the border which adds to the history of this desirable and collectible piece. It weighs 49 troy ounces (1,525 grams).

The arms on the meat platter are those of  Henry Preston of Moreby Hall, Yorkshire and those of his wife Anna Crompton, daughter of Joshua Crompton of Esholt Hall, Yorkshire. They were married in 1814.

Complimentary postage is included within the price.

Additional Information

Height : 3 cms (1.2″).

Length : 44.4 cms (17.5″).

Width : 33 cms (13″).

Weight : 49 troy ounces (1,525 grams).

Excellent condition.


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