Maker: Paul Storr
Weight: 1487 grams
Diameter: 33.5 cm
Height: 17.2 cm
Hallmarks: London, 1822
Provenance: Christie's, London, 2006
This magnificent silver fruit bowl is the work of the renowned silversmith, Paul Storr. Storr was one of the most important English silversmiths of the early 19th century, and his pieces are highly sought after by collectors around the world.
This particular fruit bowl, created in 1822, is an exquisite example of Storr's work. It has a weight of 1487 grams and measures 33.5 cm in diameter and 17.2 cm in height, making it a substantial and impressive piece. The hallmarks on the fruit bowl indicate that it was created in London in 1822, and its provenance can be traced back to a 2006 Christie's auction in London.
The fruit bowl features a simple and elegant design, with a smooth, rounded bowl and a wide, flat base. The silver has a beautiful shine and patina, and the piece has been expertly crafted to ensure its durability and longevity. This fruit bowl is an exceptional piece of silverware and would make a stunning addition to any collection. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of history with this Paul Storr Silver Fruit Bowl.