George III English Silver Tankard

One of the great tankards, heavy vessel classically styled in the manner of Regency silver. Shell pattern along the base, circular gadroons at the top and decorated handle with wheat sheaths. Made in London 1819 by Philip Rundell. Marked fully on the body of the tankard, also marked on cover. Condition: very good. Dimensions: 9.5″ high, 56 troy oz. (8605-es)

Price: $28,575

6 George III Silver Oval Open Salts by Paul Storr 1806


Wonderful, regal style with four claw feet and gadrooned border. This set of 6 open salts was made by the master English silversmith, Paul Storr in London 1806. Each fully hallmarked. The weight is 35 troy oz for the set of six. Over 4.25″ across the widest point of the top; each 2″ high. The set is in very good condition.  (1642-ps)

price: $15,100

Geo III Silver Sauce Tureen by Paul Storr


This George III tureen was made by Paul Storr in London, 1813. Regency-style, the body bears a coat-of-arms engraving featuring a lion and unicorn. The finial and handles comprise stylized scrolls and shells. The piece measures 12.5 inches high and the weight is 107 troy ounces. (ps-11)

Price: $20,000

George III Silver Epergne by Emick Romer



This gorgeous silver 5-basket epergne was made during the reign of King George III in London 1768 by Emick Romer. The epergne is openly constructed and features scrolling floral and foliate branches supporting a central boat-form basket with pierced geometric decoration as well as 4 smaller baskets with openwork decoration and overhead swinging handles. The epergne is in excellent condition. The piece measures 14.75 inches height by approximately 15 inches width. The total gross weight is 76 troy ounces. (es-01)

Price: $41,100