rare georgian silver chamber stick by reily storer london 1828

RARE GEORGIAN SILVER CHAMBER STICK BY REILY & STORER, LONDON 1828


Price

SOLD

Item Ref

FEV55

Description

This is an exquisite and unusual George IV silver naturalistic chamberstick. Typical of the Rococo Revival movement, It was made in London 1828 by Charles Reily and George Storer who are renowned for their very fine small work. The chamberstick realistically modelled as a flower raising from an embossed circular drip pan. The central flower stem with smaller entwined stems terminating in finely textured leaves. The shaped circular base exquisitely embossed with flower heads. The naturalistic handle terminating in a leaf.
Hallmarks:
CR over GS for Charles Reily & George Storer.
Lion Passant.
Duty Mark.
London Assay Mark.
Date letter "n" for 1828
Dimensions:
Height: 10cm - 4 inches.
Base diameter: 8.5cm - 3 3/8 inches.
Condition:
Excellent.
No repairs
Clear marks.
No dings or dents.
Postage UK: 8 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: 12 International Signed For.
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Internal Ref: FEV55


Dimensions

Height = 10 cm (4")
Width = 8 cm (3")
Depth = 8 cm (3")



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