Paul Storr, a George III silver gilt wine cooler and cover, Rundell Bridge and Rundell, London 1809, twin handled Campana urn form, cast and embossed with a central group of horses in low relief, between beaded guilloche and egg and dart borders, the handles fluted and modelled as bearded masks, the beaded and petal moulded socle above a splayed foot with berry and ribbon laurel wreath to the border, the reverse with cast roundel and inscription for Newcastle Upon Tyne Stewards 1817, the shallow ogee lid with central rosette chased with honeysuckle and lapped ring, the finial in the form of a wrythen fluted flower seed with everted petals, 38cm high, 119.6ozt

Sold for: £15,000

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