Paul Storr Regency Silver Meat Dish

  • This exquisite silver meat dish was crafted by the esteemed English silversmith Paul Storr
  • The highly detailed acanthus and shell accents are testament to Storr’s remarkable ability
  • Storr is one of the most important and prolific silversmiths of the Georgian era
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Item No. 29-9603

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This exquisite Regency silver meat dish by master silversmith Paul Storr is a work of sublime beauty. Magnificently detailed with scrolling acanthus and shell accents, bordering the scalloped rim, this dish is a wonderful example of the English Rococo style.  Fashioned with an exuberant yet restrained elegance, this tray exemplifies Storr’s unparalleled skill as an artist and craftsman.

Considered to be the most eminent and prolific English silversmith, Paul Storr's incredible works in the Neo-classical and Rococo Revival styles redefined the silversmith trade in the Regency period. His talent and vision in his art is evident, from the smallest pair of salts to this magnificent dish, every piece produced in his workshop exhibits the same extraordinary attention to detail and superior craftsmanship that serve as a benchmark of Storr's genius.

Hallmarked London, 1819

10 1/4” wide x 13 7/8” length
Paul Storr Regency Silver Meat Dish
Maker: Storr, Paul
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Plates/Chargers
Depth: 1.0 Inches
Length: 13
Width: 10.25 Inches
Height: 13.88 Inches
Style: Regency

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