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Bowl 1744-45 Paul de Lamerie (1688–1751, active 1712–51) English (London) silver

Bowl 1744-45 Paul de Lamerie (1688–1751, active 1712–51) English (London) silver

casters Paul de Lamerie (British, 1688–1751

Pair of sugar casters Paul de Lamerie (British, active Date: Culture: British, London Medium: Silver

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Silver kettle with ivory By Paul de Lamerie, London Paul de Lamerie was the greatest silversmith working in England in century. A Huguenot, or French Protestant, he came to London as a small child with his parents, fleeing persecution in France.

Exceptional English Antique Sterling Silver Epergne By Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London - 1819/20

36 Exceptional English Antique Sterling Silver Epergne By Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London -

Monumental, One Of A Kind, Antique English, Sterling Silver "Warwick Vase" Bowl. Web site www.EstateSilver.com

For Sale on - An exceptional quality, rare and massive, sterling silver Warwick vase wine cooler.

Tureen, stand, and liner  Rundell, Bridge & Rundell  London, England; 1828‒29  Gilt silver  Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens at Winterthur

Tureen, stand, and liner Rundell, Bridge Rundell London, England; Gilt silver Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens at Winterthur

A pair of William IV silver sauceboats by Edward Farrell, London 1834 On three stylised shell feet which are attached to the body by shell terminals, the body profusely decorated with a central foliate and scrolling band, the upper rim with plain border and scalloped edge, with acanthus capped scroll handle, weight 29.44oz.

A pair of William IV silver sauceboats by Edward Farrell, London 1834

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