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Silver kettle with ivory by Paul de Lamerie, London, 1736-38. Paul de Lamerie (1688–1751) was the greatest silversmith working in England in the 18th century. A Huguenot, or French Protestant, he came to London as a small child with his parents, fleeing persecution in France. #vam.ac.uk
A GEORGE III SILVER TEA-URN
A GEORGE III SILVER TEA-URN MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1809, RETAILED BY RUNDELL, BRIDGE AND RUNDELL Formed as a volute krater, on square base resting on four winged paw feet and chased with a band of gadrooning, the body with fluted spigot, lion's mask spout and ivory tap, with waisted neck chased with foliage, centring on rosettes and terminating in bifurcated serpent's heads, with raised cover chased with anthemion and palm foliage