New York, Park Avenue
27 October 1992
A SET OF FOUR REGENCY SILVER-GILT DISHES
LONDON, 1814, MAKER'S MARK OF PAUL STORR
Each of shaped circular form, with fluted sides, the tied reeded rim with foliate grapevines at intervals, the center engraved with a coat-of-arms within drapery mantling, marked on bodies--10in. (25.5cm.) diam.
(96 oz.) (4)
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The arms are those of Spencer quarterly with those of Churchill.
A set of four silver-gilt entree dishes from the same service, by Scott & Smith, 1805, was sold in these Rooms, October 30, 1991, lot 186.
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