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A PAIR OF GEORGE III ENTREE DISHES AND COVERS
A PAIR OF GEORGE III ENTREE DISHES AND COVERS

THE COVERS MARK OF PAUL STORR, 1816, ONE BASE MAKER'S MARK ONLY, THE OTHER BASE APPARENTLY UNMARKED

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III ENTREE DISHES AND COVERS
THE COVERS MARK OF PAUL STORR, 1816, ONE BASE MAKER'S MARK ONLY, THE OTHER BASE APPARENTLY UNMARKED
Shaped oblong with shallow gadrooned borders and high domed covers engraved with coat-of-arms, with flower and lion mask handle, the bases possibly re-shaped, marked under the cover, to the handles, one base marked with maker's mark only
11 in. (20 cm.) wide
146 oz. 18 dwt. (4,568 gr.)
The arms are those of Pennant quartering others impaling Bouverie for George Hay Dawkins Pennant (1764-1840) and his second wife Elizabeth, daughter of the Hon. William Henry Bouverie, whom he married in 1814. He succeeded to the estates of his cousin Richard, 1st Baron Penrhyn in 1808. He employed the architect Thomas Hopper to rebuild the family seat Penrhyn Castle in the neo-Norman style.

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