Silver Salver by Paul de Lamerie

  • The salver was crafted by renowned Georgian silversmith Paul de Lamerie
  • Its serpentine-lobed oval form displays a gadrooned edge and rim engraved with a coat of arms
  • De Lamerie's works are among the most well-remembered and sought after silver objects on the market
  • Get complete item description here
Item No. 31-2970

To speak to one of our experts, call 1-888-711-8084

This George II silver salver by Paul de Lamerie exhibits a quiet beauty. Its simple yet elegant serpentine-lobed oval form features a gadrooned edge, a recessed oval plateau and a delicately engraved coat of arms on the rim. The reverse is engraved with the initials C.L.T. above the original scratch weight of 33.15 troy ounces. Without question, de Lamerie's reputation for creating some of the finest Georgian silver ever made is unrivaled, with works ranging from the elegant simplicity of the Queen Anne style to the elaborate Rococo. His creations rank among the most extraordinary and recognized silver works in history. 

Hallmarked London, 1741

14 7/8" wide x 11" deep
Silver Salver by Paul de Lamerie
Maker: de Lamerie, Paul
Period: 18th Century
Origin: England
Type: Trays/Salvers
Depth: 11.0 Inches
Width: 14.83 Inches
Height: 0.83 Inches
Style: Georgian

Recently Viewed

Back to Top
back to top

Shopping Bag

Your shopping bag is currently empty.