Paul Storr Silver Mustard Pot, 1815

Paul Storr silver mustard pot London 1815
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Mustard Pot (with blue glass liner) - Oblong with Gilt Interior - London 1815 by Paul Storr - 10.5cm long; 8cm wide (10cm wide with handle); 9.2cm high; 286g (423g gross) - GH/2841a

This Regency period silver mustard pot just oozes the high quality one would expect from the workshop of Paul Storr. 

It is a good-sized, oblong mustard pot with a band of meandering floral scrolls around the body and gadroon mount to the top rim and pedestal foot. The hinged cover is topped by an egg and calyx finial and the harp-shaped handles capped with a leaf. The interior retains its original lemon-gilding, plus there is also a blue glass liner that can be used to make cleaning easier. 

This fine quality mustard pot has a very hefty weight and is fully hallmarked to the body (part worn) and partially marked to the inside cover. It is in excellent condition.