Salver - .925 silver - ( Hunt & Roskell ) Late Storr Mortimer & Hunt - England - Mid 19th century

Description
Salver - .925 silver - ( Hunt & Roskell ) Late Storr Mortimer & Hunt - England - Mid 19th century
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear - 2905 g

Antique Victorian sterling silver large salver
Maker : Hunt & Rosskel Late Storr Mortimer & Hunt
Made in England, 1850's
Fully hallmarked.

Approx Dimensions -
Diameter : 46 cm
Height : 4.5 cm
Approx Weight : 2905 grams

Please NOTE on the last picture silver tea set does not include and is for display purpose only.

Paul Storr (1771 - 1844) was apprenticed to Andrew Fogelberg, a Swedish silversmith active as "plateworker" at 30 Church Street, Soho, obtaining his freedom in in 1792. Storr had been made a partner (possibly in 1811) with Philip Rundell, John Bridge, Edmund Waller Rundell and William Theed.
In 1822, John Mortimer entered in partnership with Storr as responsible of the retail business forming the firm "Storr and Mortimer, Gold and Silver Smiths".
In 1842, at the retirement of John Mortimer, Robert Roskell entered in the partnership, the firm was styled "Hunt and Roskell" and the mark changed to "ISH crowned".

Condition : Salver is pre-owned, has surface wear and tear from general usage, no damage, great overall condition, please see pictures for a better view of the items condition.

Item will be safely and securely packaged and shipped within one to two working days. Shipping price includes express delivery service (one to two working days), full insurance and packaging

Lot details
Object
Salver
Material
.925 silver
Designer/ Artist
( Hunt & Roskell ) Late Storr Mortimer & Hunt
Estimated Period
Mid 19th century
Country of Origin
England
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Weight
2905 g
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