Superb pair crested & armorial George III silver sauce tureens London 1771 Emrick Romer


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This superb pair of armorial and crested George III silver sauce tureens were made in London in 1771 by Emrick Romer and measure 9.25 inches handle to handle by 4.75 inches across and stand approx 5.5 inches at their highest. The stand on 4 cast feet that are scrolled and ball with shaped leaf shaped shoulders attaching to the body, the shaped and wavy border is gadrooned as is the border of the pull off lid, they have 2 cast handles either side that have leaf terminal attaching them to the body with gadrooning and a shell to the handle itself, the lid had a large band of gadrooning with the leaf interspersed and a large pomegranate and leaf knop, they have a lovely coat of arms to one side a crest to the lid, this crest is the same as the 2 feather edged, shell bowled ladles of the same year, they are fully hallmarked underneath and to the lid rim with the makers mark and lion passant. They are in excellent condition weighing 42.5 ounces or 1320 grams and are numbered 3 and 4 with 1 and 2 being featured in Peter Waldrons book The Price Guide to Antique Silver page 148 which was published in 1982 and the price guide was £6,500 – £10,000.

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