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A Regency Silver Five-basket Epergne, Paul Storr, London, 1819
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LOT SOLD. 59,375 USD
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A Regency Silver Five-basket Epergne, Paul Storr, London, 1819
Estimate
40,00060,000
LOT SOLD. 59,375 USD
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Details & Cataloguing

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A Regency Silver Five-basket Epergne, Paul Storr, London, 1819
supported on four bracket feet cast with double-shells flanked by grape bunches, the stepped circular base decorated with bands of scrolling formal foliage and running grapevine, engraved on one side with arms under a foliate mantle, the other side with two crests, the elongated stem applied with large acanthus leaves and with four leaf-capped reeded scroll branches surmounted by fixed circular baskets, the large central basket with gadrooned lower body and everted leaf-tip rim, removable cut-glass bowls
fully marked, branches numbered on staves and center of baskets
height overall 21 1/2 in.
54.6cm
207oz 8dwt excluding glass bowls
6450g
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Provenance

The arms are those of Glegg of Old Withington, impaling Parker for John Baskervyle Glegg, high sheriff 1814.  He was born in 1784, and in 1811 married Anne, daughter of Thomas Townley Parker of Cuerdon Hall and Extwistle, co. Lancaster.

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