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A William IV silver-gilt cup and gilt-metal mounted lapis lazuli stand, Paul Storr, London, 1835
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368
A William IV silver-gilt cup and gilt-metal mounted lapis lazuli stand, Paul Storr, London, 1835
Estimate
40,00060,000
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Details & Cataloguing

Style: European Silver, Ceramics, and Objects of Vertu

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A William IV silver-gilt cup and gilt-metal mounted lapis lazuli stand, Paul Storr, London, 1835
Campana form with egg and dart rim, demi-fluted lower body, bifurcated reeded handles, on square foot below a stem cast with foliage, engraved on one side with an inscription and on the other a coat-of-arms, on a gilt-metal mounted Lapis stone plinth with egg and dart and acanthus rims
52.5cm., 20 3/4 in. high
3866.4gr., 124oz. 6dwt. excluding base
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Provenance

The Exceptional Sale, Christie's, London, 7 July 2011, lot 5

Catalogue Note

The inscription reads 'To Sir John Trollope Bart of Casewick From Sir John Thorold Bart of Syston Park June 26th 1837'.

The arms are those of Trollope for Sir John Trollope 7th Bt. (1800-1874) of Casewick, co. Lincoln. He was later created 1st Baron Kesteven in 1868. He married Julia Maria (d.1876), eldest daughter of Sir Robert Sheffield 4th Bt., in 1847. He was educated at Eton College and became a Captain in the 10th Hussars. He was later M.P. for Lincoln between 1841 and 1868 serving as president of the Poor Law Board in 1852.

Style: European Silver, Ceramics, and Objects of Vertu

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London