A SET OF TWELVE REGENCY SILVER DINNER PLATES

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A SET OF TWELVE REGENCY SILVER DINNER PLATES
MAKER'S MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1811

Each shaped circular, the gadrooned rim with shells and foliage at intervals, the borders engraved with armorials, marked on reverses 10½in. (26.7cm.) diameter
(289oz. 10dwt., 9006gr.) (12)

Lot Essay

The arms are those of Egerton quarterly with those of Grey with those of Jackson on an escutcheon of pretence, as borne by Sir John Grey-Egerton, 8th Baronet, born in 1749. He married in 1795 Maria, daughter and sole heiress of Thomas Scott Jackson, one of the Directors of the Bank of England. He died without issue in 1825 when the title devolved on his brother the Rev. Sir Philip Grey-Egerton.
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