Lot 3005
Pair of George III Silver Meat Platters, Mark of Paul Storr
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
London (1801), one engraved "No 6 / 37 10", and the other engraved "No 8 / 34 19" to underside; each featuring a gadrooned edge and armorial coat of arms to both sides of the flange.

9 3/4 x 14 1/4 in.

71.3 total troy oz.

The coat of arms depicted here, featuring an escutcheon with a ring of horned owls, is attributed to the Calverley family of Yorkshire, deriving from the Gospatrick Lords of Calverley. We would like to thank The Heraldry Society for their assistance in identifying this Coat of Arms.

Surface scratches to well and underside.