Victorian Paul de Lamerie style silver porringer

Victorian Paul de Lamerie style silver porringer

£345

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In the style of Paul de Lamerie, this is a beautifully crafted antique silver porringer or feeding bowl constructed with cast and applied strapwork panels around the lower half of the body and an applied moulded girdle around the body. The silver bowl sits on a flared circular base.

Paul de Lamerie (1688-1751) was the greatest silversmith working in England in the 18th century and his richly decorated designs, with characteristic rococo motifs - bold scrollwork, flowers and shells, were frequently replicated in the Victorian era.

Dimensions:

Height 70 mm / 3"
Width 170 mm / 6 34"
Diameter 110 mm / 4 12"
Weight 216 g (6.94 troy ozs)
Year

1892

Place

London

Condition

Excellent

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