Antique monumental English George III Paul Storr sterling silver meat platter with gadrooned edge, circa 1810. This meat platter is of Royal Family origin as this piece is marked with a Royal crown at the top edge. The large sterling silver platter by exceptionally famous silversmith Paul Storr, was formerly in the Yale University Museum. It was a donation from the family of James R Neale, a 1891 Yale graduate, after his death. This is is known to be one of the largest pieces ever made by Storr and represents a major investment opportunity. Storr is considered the finest maker of the 19th century.
1.5″H x 16.25″W x 21.75″D; 123 ounces
About Paul Storr
Paul Storr was England’s most celebrated silversmith during the first half of the nineteenth century. Read more