Phillip Rundell did not enter his own maker’s mark to the London gold and silversmith’s guild until Paul Storr left the Rundell, Bridge & Rundell firm in 1819. He retired from the family business in 1823, meaning that there is only a four-year period in which Rundell used his mark. It is for that reason that pieces bearing his PR stamp are so incredibly rare and sought after by collectors of important silver.
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