George III Silver 'King's Hourglass' Pattern Canteen

Paul Storr c1814
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A Canteen of George III silver Flatware in King’s Hourglass pattern, by Paul Storr, London 1813/14. Consisting 12 Table Spoons, 12 Dessert Spoons, 12 Table Forks, 12 Dessert Forks and 6 Teaspoons (54 pieces).

The 12 Table Spoons 1814. - 1247 grams - 224 mm long
The 12 Table Forks 1814. - 1149 grams - 201 mm long
9 Dessert Spoons 1814 & 3 1813. - 618 grams - 174 mm long
8 Dessert Forks 1814 & 4 1813. - 678 grams - 165 mm long
6 Teaspoons 1814. - 200 grams - 141 mm long

All engraved with Stags Head crests.

Hourglass pattern is a variation of the well known King’s Pattern with an hour glass motif on the front stems instead of the honeysuckle motif in the standard pattern. It was influenced on an 18th century French design and was especially popular during the Regency period.

£7,750.00

Condition
The double-struck pattern with good crisp definition and very little wear. The fork tines of good uniform length with little wear. Some hallmarks rather worn
Weight
125.00 troy ounces (3887.88 Grams)
Country
England
Stock Code
TR200721B
Medium
Silver & Enamel