Paul Storr Silver Serving Tray

  • This silver tray was created by renowned London silversmith Paul Storr
  • Known as the master of Late Georgian and Regency silver, Storr's work is unparalleled
  • Engraved on its edge is the coat of arms of Thomas Reynolds-Moreton, 1st Earl of Ducie
  • Storr always imparted the highest level of craftsmanship and superior quality to his pieces
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Item No. 31-3101

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This oval tray was crafted by the preeminent silversmith of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Paul Storr. Executed in the late Georgian style, its clean lines and understated embellishments demonstrate the era's preference for the neoclassical aesthetic. Paul Storr mastered this style, as evidenced by this tray's elegant curves, symmetry and lightness. The coat of arms of Thomas Reynolds-Moreton, 1st Earl of Ducie, is engraved along the tray’s edge with the motto, Perseverando.

Paul Storr was known for creating masterpieces of Georgian and Regency silver in a variety of styles, from the straightforward neoclassical to the exuberant Rococo. Though he held no official title, Storr enjoyed the patronage of many important and powerful figures, including King George III. Throughout his career, Storr imparted a level of craftsmanship and superior quality to his pieces that have seldom been seen since. 

Hallmarked London, 1826

12 3/4" wide x 8 3/4" high
Paul Storr Silver Serving Tray
Maker: Storr, Paul
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Trays/Salvers
Depth: 8.75 Inches
Width: 12.75 Inches
Height: 0.75 Inches
Style: Georgian
Paul Storr Silver Serving Tray
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