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If Hester Bateman was “the Queen of English Silver” then Paul Storr should probably be designated as the King.  Paul Storr appear…

If Hester Bateman was “the Queen of English Silver” then Paul Storr should probably be designated as the King. 

Paul Storr appeared on the scene somewhat later than Hester Bateman but made an equally powerful and important contribution to the history of silver in this country. Paul Storr silver items are today highly sought after and prized amongst antique silver collectors and enthusiasts.

Paul Storr was an English silversmith working in the Neoclassical style during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. His work ranges from simple day-to-day tableware through to magnificent pieces commissioned for royalty and members of the aristocracy. Paul Storr produced much of the silver that was purchased by George III and George IV.

Regent Antiques - bringing you a choice selection of Paul Storr silver

We have some lovely examples of his work including an antique silver christening mug, silver salvers, tureens, teapots, sugar bowls and dishes, all exemplifying the Neoclassical style with decoration including beading and gadrooned borders. 

Some of these Paul Storr silver items that we offer for sale are engraved with coats of arms from their original owners, making for fascinating provenances. All of the items that we offer for sale are in excellent condition and we welcome you to view the photographs supplied with every item in order to satisfy yourself as to their condition. Please also take note of the item dimensions to make sure it is suitable for your needs.

Online or in-person, the choice is yours

With items of silverware as delightful as these it is of course preferable to be able to see them in person and examine them in detail, right up close. To facilitate this we have a showroom, located in north London, where our Paul Storr silver items are on display.

The showroom is open for viewing between the hours of 10am and 5pm every weekday. We also open on occasional Saturdays and you can find the date of our next Saturday opening on the homepage of this website. We are located just a few steps away from Manor House tube station on the Piccadilly line, and on several London bus routes. There is parking available on site for customers whilst they pay us a visit.

If you plan to visit the showroom to view a particular piece we recommend that you contact us before making the journey in order to ensure that the item you are interested in is still available.

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For those who cannot make the trip we offer a full online service that enables you to locate, examine, and purchase items of Paul Storr silver and other antique silverware. 

Every item of Paul Storr silver that we stock has a gallery of photographs and we encourage you to examine these closely before making a decision to purchase so that you can be sure of the condition and other aspects of the piece that might affect your decision.

Our team of in-house antique and silver experts is available to answer your queries by telephone or by email, but we do ask you please to quote the unique item reference found on every listing in order to avoid confusion when contacting us.

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Ref: 07147
Antique English Regency Sterling Silver Four Bottle Cruet Paul Storr 1820 19th C

Antique English Regency Sterling Silver Four Bottle Cruet Paul Storr 1820 19th C

A rare, complete George III antique silver cruet set from Paul Storr, the world-renowned artisan silversmith. The set comprises a beautifully decorative silver cruet stand holding four exquisite condiment bottles traditionally for chili, soy, cayenne and ketchup. The antique silver cruet stand has gadrooned edging, embellished at the corners with leaf and shell motifs. While the ring holder echoes this detailing, it also features two symmetrical fish, their mouths open to a stream of silver water pouring from a shell which crests the ring’s apex. The bottle-holders are adorned with four silver lions, and we see the lion’s splayed paws as the feet of the stand. This rare and therefore highly desirable Regency silver cruet set by Paul Storr carries the hallmarks for London 1820 and is cleared marked with ‘PS’, the mark of Paul Storr (for more on Paul Storr, see below). This four bottle antique cruet set was produced at the end of the reign of King George III (1760–1820) who was succeeded by his eldest son, King George IV (1820–1830). In excellent condition, the hallmarks on this silver condiment set are clear and there are no signs of repair or any dings or dents to the silverwork, as shown by the photographs above. More About Paul Storr Paul Storr (London, 1770–1844) became one of the most lauded silversmiths and goldsmiths of his era. His exquisite pieces were bought by the royal family and others of high social standing, and today, his silverwork can be found in royal palaces, stately homes and museums not just in the United Kingdom, but across the world. This desirable George III antique silver cruet was produced in 1820, when Storr had left the silversmiths and goldsmiths Rundell, Bridge and Rundell in the City of London and was enjoying a period of independence and artistic freedom. At this time, Storr was established as a craftsman of exceptional talent and patronage. In 1822 he partnered with John Mortimer in a new venture, Storr and Mortimer; he continued with Mortimer until his retirement in 1838. To View this Paul Storr Antique Silver Four Bottle Cruet Set To discover more about this rare Paul Storr antique silver four bottle cruet set, we recommend that if at all possible you inspect it in person by visiting our North London showroom. Here you can see this Regency Cruet Set at close quarters, and also see other pieces in our extensive collection. Before you make plans to visit our showroom, do call in advance (the number is given above) so we can ensure that this 1820 Paul Storr George III silver cruet set is still available and has not been reserved or sold. When you call, please have ready the reference number for this item to hand, which is shown above, so we can check that this antique silver Regency Cruet Set is still for sale. Regent Antiques – Showroom Opening Hours The Regent Antiques showroom, which is located in North London, is open from Monday through to Friday 10am – 5pm, so please feel free to inspect this Paul Storr antique silver cruet set during these regular opening hours. We do open on certain Saturdays, but do phone us in advance if you intend visiting on a Saturday to check that we will be open. We do not want you to be disappointed. If You Would Like More Information To find out more about this beautiful antique silver cruet set by Paul Storr and to ask any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our in-house antiques experts on the phone number shown above. When getting in touch with us please tell us the item number of the piece you are interested in, shown above, so we can easily respond to your enquiry. Shipping, Delivery and Returns This Paul Storr antique silver four bottle cruet set needs expert, professional packing and transportation so that you receive it in the original condition in which it has left our warehouse. We can arrange for the delivery of this George III silver cruet set to almost anywhere in the world and we will be happy to arrange the packing of this item for you, but please do ask us for a shipping quotation before you purchase this antique silver cruet set so that we can meet your exact delivery needs. We ship to any mainland UK address free of charge. If you are not satisfied with the Paul Storr antique silver four bottle cruet set you have ordered, we offer a 14-day money back guarantee in accordance with the Distance Selling Regulations. You are responsible for the return shipping costs for this Regency antique silver cruet set unless we have inaccurately outlined the item in some material way and you do not receive the antique cruet set as described. It is your responsibility to return the item to us in its original packaging and condition. You are also accountable for any customs duties or local taxes that fall due outside the European Union for the shipping of this Paul Storr George III Cruet Set.

Dimensions in cm:

Height 19 x Width 14 x Depth 14 & Weight 15 troy oz - Weight of frame

Dimensions in inches:

Height 7 inches x Width 5 inches x Depth 5 inches & Weight 0.47 kg - Weight of frame

£2,750.00
Ref: 09101
Antique English Silver Condiment Cruet Set Paul Storr 18th C

Antique English Silver Condiment Cruet Set Paul Storr 18th C

This is an exquisite antique large English George III sterling silver condiment cruet set with hallmarks for London 1800 and the makers mark of the renowned silversmith Paul Storr. This rare complete set is in superb condition and features eight exquisite cut glass bottles for oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, mustard, etc.. The oil and vinegar bottles have delightful silver handles and mounts, and the silver mount on each bottle has a full set of hallmarks. Provenance The silver frame bears a coat of arms: The Arms of the Family of Pedley    The armorial bearings as engraved upon this George III English Sterling Silver Cruet Set by Paul Storr hallmarked London 1800 are those of the family of Pedley. They may be blazoned as follows:      Arms:    Sable three lozenges argent on a chief or as many fleur-delis gules      Crest:  A demi-lion rampant argent holding in the paws a lozenge or charged with a fleur-de-lis gules      From an evidential point of view given the date of manufacture of this cruet set it was undoubtedly in the possession of Stanhope Pedley1 (baptised 26th May 1736 buried 11th July 18022), of Tetworth Hall in the County of Huntingdonshire.  The Pedley family first took possession of Tetworth Hall and its surrounding estate when it was purchased from Sir Oliver Williams alias Cromwell3 by Sir Nicholas Pedley4 in 1648.     1 Some authorities name him as John Stanhope Pedley. 2 His will was proved on the 16th July 1802. 3 Sir Oliver was the uncle of the Lord Protector, Oliver Cromwell. 4 Sir Nicholas sat in the House of Commons for various Huntingdonshire seats between 1656 to 1679 and was a member of Lincoln’s Inn having been called to the Bar in 1646.  He was later appointed the Recorder of Huntingdon and a Serjeant-at-Law in 1675.  He was knighted in 1672.    Tetworth Hall was to remain the family seat of the Pedley until the death of Mary Pedley (born 1747 buried 12th November 18275),  Mary was Stanhope’s sister to whom he left the Tetworth Hall estate upon his death in 1802.  Stanhope and Mary’s parents were John Pedley and Judith Stanhope.  Upon Mary’s death, the estate was bequeathed to one of her Foley cousins.  Both Stanhope and Mary are buried along with their sister Catherine (died 1796) in the nave of the Parish Church of St Mary, Everton cum Tetworth6.     The armorial bearings of the family of Pedley appear to have been recorded by Sir William Segar, Garter King of Arms for James Pedley, of Abbotsley in the County of Huntingdonshire sometime during his reign as Garter (1607 – 33) which Sir Nicholas Pedley displayed at the Heralds’ Visitation for the County of Huntingdon for 1684 before Sir Henry St George, Clarenceux King of Arms, upon a vellum certificate which exemplified a painting of the arms and crest as depicted and blazoned above signed by Sir William when recording his family’s pedigree at the 1684 visitation7.  So, saying, the correcting editors of The Harleian Society’s volume on the Heralds’ Visitation of Huntingdon (see footnote7) state that given James was either Sir Nicholas’s uncle or great uncle, Sir Nicholas would not have been within the limitation of the original grant.  As there appears to be no extended limitation granted to Sir Nicholas at the time of this visitation it would seem that Sir Nicholas’s branch of the family which included his great grandson, Stanhope, the presumed owner of this cruet set bore these armorial bearings without authority.  5 Mary’s will was proved on 24th November 1827. 6 This ecclesiastical parish straddles the county boundary of Huntingdonshire and Bedfordshire. 7 The Visitation of the County of Huntingdon 1684 made Sir Henry St George, Clarenceux King of Arms.  Transcribed and edited by John Bedells, Howard Pursuivant Extraordinary.  Corrected by The Hon. Janet Grant and Thomas Woodcock, Norroy and Ulster King of Arms. The Harleian Society, London 1994. Corrected edition 2000.    Condition: In really excellent condition with clear hallmarks and no dings, dents or signs of repair. Please see photos for confirmation.  

Dimensions in cm:

Height 30 x Width 40 x Depth 20

Weight 38 troy oz - Silver frame

Dimensions in inches:

Height 1 foot x Width 1 foot, 4 inches x Depth 8 inches

Weight 1.18 kg - Silver frame

£10,250.00
Ref: 08187
Antique William IV Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl by Paul Storr 1830

Antique William IV Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl by Paul Storr 1830

A William IV silver two-handed sugar bowl by world-renowned silversmith, Paul Storr, features S-shaped handles with finely detailed leaf decoration and scrolling leaf design on the rim. The front of the bowl is monogrammed, and the interior is gilt. The shaped body of the sugar bowl is often referred to as ‘melon’ or ‘compressed melon’. When viewed from the base, as shown in the photo, you see more of this elegant design: the silver forms twelve sectors, like the stripes of a watermelon – which of course is very much in keeping with the sweetness associated with this beautiful bowl. This highly collectable William IV antique silver sugar bowl bears hallmarks for London 1830 and the maker’s mark of Paul Storr. You can see these stamped on the front of the sugar bowl, to the left of the monogram. This Antique Sugar Bowl is a wonderful example of the artistry of Paul Storr, made during the reign of Reign of William IV (1830–1837), the penultimate Hanovarian monarch who was succeeded in 1837 by Queen Victoria. This piece is in prime condition; the hallmarks are clear, and there are no signs of repair, dings or dents, as the photographs testify. This Antique Sugar Bowl is a wonderful example of the artistry of Paul Storr and an asset to any collector. More About Paul Storr Born in London, England, Paul Storr (1770–1844) was to become one of the most celebrated silversmiths of the nineteenth century. Throughout his career he worked independently, registering his first mark in 1793, and along the way formed partnerships with Rundell, Bridge & Rundell and later, John Mortimer. Rundell, Bridge & Rundell were appointed Goldsmith in Ordinary to George III. The firm benefitted in particular from the patronage of the Prince Regent (later George IV). Storr’s star continued to ascend when partnering with Mortimer, forming Storr and Mortimer in 1822 in London’s New Bond Street. Many of Storr’s commissioned pieces can be seen in stately homes, palaces, and museums across the world. To View this Paul Storr Silver Sugar Bowl It's always a good idea to view any piece in person. With this in mind, we strongly invite you to our North London showroom to see this lovely silver antique, along with our wide variety of other items and other Paul Storr collectables that we have in stock. If you do intend to make a special journey to see this merchandise, please call us first to make sure that this Paul Storr Sugar Bowl is still available to you and has not been sold. Please do have ready the item reference number, which is shown above, when getting in touch with you so we will know straight away which of our many pieces you are enquiring about. Regent Antiques – Showroom Opening Hours Our London showroom is open from Mon to Fri 10am–5pm, and we welcome you to visit us to see this Paul Storr William IV silver sugar bowl. We also open on some Saturdays – but if you are intending to travel to us on a Saturday, please call us during the week before making the trip on a Saturday to check that we will be open to greet you – we do not want you to be disappointed. If You Would Like More Information To discover out more about this Paul Storr silver sugar bowl and to get the answers you need to any questions you might have, please do call our in-house antiques experts on the phone number shown above. When contacting us please mention the item number, shown above, so we know which of our items you would like to discuss. Shipping, Delivery and Returns The Paul Storr silver sugar bowl shown here needs skillful packing and transportation so that it arrives at your chosen delivery address in the same condition. We can deliver this precious item to almost any place across the globe and we will be pleased to handle the packing for you, but please do call or email us for a shipping quotation first before buying this item so that we can fully meet all your shipping requirements. Shipping to any mainland UK address is completely free of charge. If you are not satisfied with the Paul Storr Sugar Bowl we offer a 14-day money back guarantee in accordance with the Distance Selling Regulations. You will be responsible for the return shipping fees for this Paul Storr silver sugar bowl, unless we have inaccurately outlined the item in some material way and you do not receive the Sugar Bowl as described. You must return the article in its original packaging and condition. You are also accountable for any customs duties or local taxes that fall due outside the European Union for the shipping of this Paul Storr silver sugar bowl.

Dimensions in cm:

Height 10 x Width 20 x Depth 14

Weight 12.99 troy oz

Dimensions in inches:

Height 4 inches x Width 8 inches x Depth 5 inches

Weight 0.40 kg

£1,750.00
Ref: 07839
Antique Pair Paul Storr Sterling Silver Salvers 1810

Antique Pair Paul Storr Sterling Silver Salvers 1810

A pair of English George III antique sterling silver salvers by world-famous silversmith, Paul Storr. The salvers – trays used for formal occasions – are a wonderful example of Georgian silverwork, with their exquisitely decorated gadroon rims, shell motifs and panel feet. The Salvers’ gadroon rims are ornately carved, and the rim is intersected by twelve shell-and-leaf motifs; six larger motifs and six smaller ones sit in perfect arrangement. These Antique Salvers also feature panel feet, which are decorated with scrolled foliage and delicately fashioned four-petalled flowers. These beautifully ornate George III antique sterling silver salvers bear hallmarks for London 1810 and the maker’s mark of Paul Storr, ‘P S’, which appear on the underside of each salver. Both silver salvers are in fine condition; the hallmarks are clear, and there are no signs of repair, dings or dents, as you can see in the photographs above. More About Paul Storr Paul Storr (1770–1844) was one of the most celebrated silversmiths of the nineteenth century. Born in London, England, he worked independently and in partnership, notably with Rundell, Bridge & Rundell and later, John Mortimer, with whom he formed Storr and Mortimer based in the heart of London’s West End. Much of his work has graced the tables of the aristocracy; Rundell, Bridge & Rundell were silversmiths and goldsmiths appointed to George III. Storr’s reputation continued to grow when he partnered with John Mortimer, in London’s West End. Storr’s beautiful silverwork can be seen in stately homes, and within museums worldwide. To View these Paul Storr Sterling Silver Salvers We do recommend that you view any piece in person, wherever possible. With this in mind, we invite you to our North London showroom to see these lovely silver salvers, along with our wide variety of other items and other Paul Storr collectables that we have in stock. If you do intend to make a special journey to see these items, please call us first to make sure that these Paul Storr sterling silver salvers are still available to you and have not been sold before you arrive. When you call or visit, do have the item reference number to hand, which is shown above. We can then quickly identify the item you are interested in within our large collection. Regent Antiques – Showroom Opening Hours We open our London showroom Monday to Friday from 10am–5pm. We extend a very warm welcome to you so you can personally inspect these Paul Storr sterling silver salvers. We also open our showroom on certain Saturdays – but do call in advance, during the week, to see if we will be open on the Saturday of your choosing. We look forward to meeting you. If You Would Like More Information To discover out more about these Paul Storr sterling silver salvers and to ask any questions you may have about these items, you are very welcome to phone us – our in-house experts are available on the phone number shown above. When calling us please let us know the item number, shown above, so we can identify the item(s) you would like to discuss. Shipping, Delivery and Returns The Paul Storr sterling silver salvers shown here need expert, careful packing and transportation so that they arrive at your chosen delivery address safely and without damage. We can deliver these silver salvers to virtually any address in the world, and we will be delighted to handle the packing for you – however, please do phone or email us for a shipping quotation first before buying this item so that we can fully meet all your shipping needs. Shipping to any mainland UK address is absolutely free of charge. If you are not satisfied with the Paul Storr sterling silver salvers, we offer a 14-day money-back guarantee in accordance with the Distance Selling Regulations. You will be responsible for the return shipping fees for these Paul Storr sterling silver salvers, unless we have inaccurately described the item in some material way and you do not receive the Salvers as described. You must return them in their original packaging and condition. You are also accountable for any customs duties or local taxes that fall due outside the European Union for the shipping of these Paul Storr sterling silver salvers.

Dimensions in cm:

Height 3 x Width 26.5 x Depth 26.5

Weight 45 troy oz - Weight of the pair

Dimensions in inches:

Height 1 inch x Width 10 inches x Depth 10 inches

Weight 1.40 kg - Weight of the pair

£4,950.00
Ref: 07818
Antique Sterling Silver Teapot Paul Storr 1809

Antique Sterling Silver Teapot Paul Storr 1809

A George III sterling silver teapot by Paul Storr, one of the world’s most celebrated silversmiths. The elegant body of the pot features a gadroon rim and embossed fluting, and is graced with a flush hinged dome cover, a sign of exceptional craftsmanship. This charming antique silver teapot has a swan-neck spout and carved wood handle, beautifully crafted in the shape of a serpent – a signifier of Storr’s best work – with dual fish motifs near the upper socket and fish tails adjoining the lower socket. A circular flared foot completes this exquisite antique Paul Storr piece. This highly desirable silver teapot has the hallmarks for London 1809 and the maker’s mark of Paul Storr (‘PS’). This antique sterling silver teapot is an excellent example of the artistry of Paul Storr, made during the reign of King George III (1738–1820). In extremely good condition, the hallmarks are clear and there are no signs of repair, nor any dings or dents to the silverwork, as the photographs show. This antique teapot is a wonderful example of the mastery of Paul Storr, and will have great appeal to collectors. More About Paul Storr Paul Storr (1770–1844) was one of the most acclaimed silversmiths of his time. When this beautiful George III silver antique teapot was produced in 1809, Storr was working in partnership with Rundell, Bridge & Rundell in the City of London. The company held the Royal Warrant from 1797–1843 and supplied many fine pieces to royalty, and the Prince Regent in particular. During this period Storr’s reputation soared and his work was highly sought after. Many pieces of Storr silverware are found in private collections, royal palaces, and museums across the world. To View this Paul Storr Silver Teapot If you are keen to discover more about this Paul Storr antique silver teapot, we ask that you try to view it person. We therefore invite you to our showroom, which is located in North London. Here you can also view other desirable items we have in stock. Please do contact us ahead of your journey to ensure that this 1809 silver teapot is still available and has not been sold prior to your arrival. Take a note of the item reference number, given above, so when you phone you can give us this number so we can promptly check that this beautiful silver teapot is available to you. Regent Antiques – Showroom Opening Hours Our showroom in North London is open Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm for viewing this sterling silver Paul Storr teapot. We also open sometimes on a Saturday, but we kindly request that you telephone us before coming to us on a Saturday to ensure that our showroom will be open. We do not want you to have a wasted journey. If You Would Like More Information To find out more details about this elegant antique silver teapot by Paul Storr and to discuss anything in regards to it, please do call our in-house antiques experts on the phone number which is shown above. When getting in touch us please mention the item number of the piece you are enquiring about, again shown above, so we can quickly identify the piece in question. Shipping, Delivery and Returns This Paul Storr antique sterling silver teapot requires very careful packing and transportation so that you receive it undamaged and in the exact condition in which it has left our warehouse. We can deliver this George III silver teapot to almost any place globally, and we can arrange the packing for you, but please do ask for a shipping quotation before buying this collectable piece so that we can meet your exact delivery requirements. Shipping to any mainland UK address is absolutely free of charge. If you are not satisfied with the Paul Storr silver teapot you have selected, we do offer a 14-day money back guarantee in accordance with the Distance Selling Regulations. You will be responsible for the return shipping costs for this silver teapot, unless we have inaccurately outlined the item in some material way and you do not receive the Paul Storr silver teapot 1809 as described. You must return the item to us in its original packaging and condition. Please be aware that you are also accountable for any customs duties or local taxes that fall due outside the European Union for the shipping of this Paul Storr antique teapot.

Dimensions in cm:

Height 16 x Width 26 x Depth 17 & Weight 26 troy oz

Dimensions in inches:

Height 6 inches x Width 10 inches x Depth 7 inches & Weight 0.81 kg

£3,500.00
Ref: 06872
Antique Sterling Silver Teapot Paul Storr 1826

Antique Sterling Silver Teapot Paul Storr 1826

A George IV sterling silver teapot by world-renowned silversmith, Paul Storr. The circular body features gadroon shoulder detailing and embossed fluting, which is echoed in the fluting on the domed cover. With its flush hinges – a sign of excellent craftsmanship – the cover is topped with a wood finial, matching the swan’s neck wooden handle. This superb silver teapot is a wonderful example of the elegant design that characterises the exceptional artistry of Paul Storr. This highly desirable silver teapot carries the hallmarks for London 1826 and is clearly stamped ‘PS’ the maker’s mark of Paul Storr (see below). This antique sterling silver teapot was produced during the short reign of King George IV (1820–1830); its elegant design is typical of the Regency period. In excellent condition, the hallmarks are clear and there are no signs of repair or any dings or dents to the silverwork, as the photographs testify. More About Paul Storr Paul Storr was born in London in 1770. Apprenticed in Soho, London, he was to become one of the most lauded silversmiths of his era, commissioned by the royal family, aristocrats and other influential clientele over a career that spanned 45 years. In 1826, when this beautiful George IV silver antique teapot was produced, Storr was in business with John Mortimer in London’s affluent West End; at this point in his career Storr’s artistry was renowned throughout the country. Storr retired in 1838, 12 years after producing this beautiful silver teapot, and just after the beginning of the Victorian age: the fine, elegant lines of Regency style were to change as society turned to elaborate, decorative detailing. Today, Storr silverware can be found across the world, in public museums and in private collections. To View this Paul Storr Silver Teapot If you would like to know more about this Paul Storr antique silver teapot, we recommend that if at all possible, you view it in person. You are warmly invited to visit our showroom, which is in North London, to view this silver teapot along with our huge range of other collectable pieces. Before you travel to see us, do call before you set off to be sure that this 1826 Paul Storr teapot is still on sale and has not been reserved or sold. When you telephone us, please have the item reference number with you, given above, so we will be able to check that this charming silver teapot is still for sale and available for viewing. Regent Antiques – Showroom Opening Hours The Regent Antiques showroom in North London is open from Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm, so you can inspect this sterling silver Paul Storr teapot during these times. We do open on some Saturdays, but this is sporadic, so we ask that you phone us before visiting on a Saturday to make sure that our showroom will be open and we will be here to greet you. We do not want you to suffer any disappointment. If You Would Like More Information To find out more about this beautiful 1826 antique silver teapot by Paul Storr and to discuss in further detail, please do not hesitate to call our in-house antiques experts on the phone number which is shown above. When getting in touch with us please mention the item number of the piece you are enquiring about, again shown above, so we can quickly identify the piece and respond to any questions you may have. Shipping, Delivery and Returns This Paul Storr antique sterling silver teapot requires very careful packing and transportation so that you receive it undamaged and in the exact condition in which it has left our warehouse. We can deliver this George IV silver teapot to almost any place in the world and we can organise the packing of this item for you, but please do request a shipping quotation from us before buying this item so that we can meet your exact delivery requirements. Shipping to any mainland UK address is free. If you are not satisfied with the Paul Storr silver teapot you have ordered, we do offer a 14-day money back guarantee in accordance with the Distance Selling Regulations. You will be responsible for the return shipping costs for this antique teapot, unless we have inaccurately outlined the item in some material way and you do not receive the antique silver teapot as described. You must return the item to us in its original packaging and condition. You are also accountable for any customs duties or local taxes that fall due outside the European Union for the shipping of this Paul Storr 1826 antique teapot.

Dimensions in cm:

Height 14 & Weight 18 troy oz

Dimensions in inches:

Height 5 inches & Weight 0.56 kg

£2,350.00

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