New York, Park Avenue
15 April 1997
A GEORGE III SILVER-GILT TEA URN**
maker's mark of paul storr, london, 1810
On octagonal base, the urn campana form applied with grapevine and double mask handles, the cover with a bud finial, the sides engraved with British royal armorials and the armorials of the royal house with gilt-metal inner sleeve, marked under base and on cover
15½in. (39.5cm.) high; 149oz. 10dwt. (4662gr.)
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The arms on the front are the Royal Arms of Great Britain and Ireland.
The arms on the reverse are those of the Royal House of Saxe-Meiningen.
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