A GEORGE IV SILVER HOT WATER URN, PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1822
bulbous with square base, ovolo borders and bud finial, engraved at back with contemporary arms and supporters, with silver interior fittings
height 14½ in.
Ivory finial has been replace with ivorine, the short sleeve for the sliding finial needs to be resoldered in place. There is a long silver reinforcement on the heating rod holder covering the seam. Otherwise good, it is marked on base, cover, holder for heating rod and finial.
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The arms are those of Campbell of Ardchattan, a cadet of Cawdor.