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PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTION

Two almost matching George III silver jugs, Paul Storr of Storr & Co for Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, London, 1813 and 1814
Estimate
7,00010,000
LOT SOLD. 8,750 GBP
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PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTION

Two almost matching George III silver jugs, Paul Storr of Storr & Co for Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, London, 1813 and 1814
Estimate
7,00010,000
LOT SOLD. 8,750 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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Two almost matching George III silver jugs, Paul Storr of Storr & Co for Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, London, 1813 and 1814
the cylindrical bodies each with applied cast bands of anthemions below a coat-of-arms, hinged lid and gilt interiors, the handle of the 1813 jug with later ivory fillets and additions marks of John Samuel Hunt for Hunt & Roskell, London, circa 1856-1865 (see footnote), the body of the 1814 flagon also engraved with the crest of Ogilvy below an earl's coronet, the undersides respectively stamped: 905 and 298
22.2 and 21.4cm, 8 3/4 and 8 3/8 in high
3690gr, 118oz 10dwt
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Catalogue Note

The arms on the 1814 jug are those of Ogilvy below an earl's coronet and on the 1813 jug are those of Ogilvy with a label of difference, below a baron's coronet probably respectively for David, 5th Earl of Airlie (1826-1881), who succeeded to the title upon the death of his father in 1849, and David, Lord Ogilvy (1856-1900), who succeeded as the 6th Earl of Airlie in 1881.

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