Pair French Silver Plate Cherub Champagne Cooler Urn Vases After Paul de Lamerie



2019-09-28 16:13:47

 (Please note that due to the fragile nature & high value for UK mainland delivery only will be delivering using a door to door courier, international parcel shipping is also available with insurance) 
  • Here Is Your Exclusive Chance to Own Finest Grandeur 1 Pair Magnificent In The French Rococo Style Silver Plate Cherubs Putti Champagne Wine Ice Cooler Urn Vases After Paul de Lamerie. 
  • In the style of the silversmith similar to After Paul de Lamerie. 
  • Paul de Lamerie (9 April 1688 – 1 August 1751) was a London-based silversmith. 
  • The Victoria and Albert Museum describes him as the "greatest silversmith working in England in the 18th century".
  • De Lamerie was born in 'Hertogenbosch in the United Provinces now the Netherlands.  
  • In August 1703, de Lamerie became the apprentice to a London goldsmith of Huguenot origin, Pierre Platel 1659–1739. 
  • De Lamerie opened his own workshop in 1713 and was appointed goldsmith to George I in 1716.  
  • He worked in partnership with Ellis Gamble - formerly apprentice to Master William Hogarth - between 1723 and 1728.  
  • De Lamerie is noted for his elaborate Rococo style of the 1730s, particularly the richly decorated works. 
  • Museum grand tour highest quality. 
  • Statement piece.
  • Made from silver plate on heavy base metal.
  • Having magnificent Putti cherub figurines on the base. 
  • With acanthus foliage & grape decorations frieze all around in raised low relief.  
  • Featuring original green rock crystal domed shaped liners, heavy quality. 
  • Each champagne cooler together with liner weigh over 4kg total combined unwrapped weight under 10kg.
  • Ideal statement piece for display in your home or restaurant hotel golf country club, wedding event function business. 
  • Sheffield silver plate stamp hallmarked underneath for H BROS S.  
  • Hand made in England very finest silversmith craftsmanship at its best.
  • Circa late 20th century 1990's. 
  • Condition report. 
  • Offered in overall fine used condition. 
  • Having some minor noticeable wear, scuffs, scratches, stains in places commensurate with usage & age. 
  • The liners fit perfectly, with some imperfections to the rock crystal shape commensurate to being handmade.
  • Provenance bought from out of an incredible stately home private collection in Staffordshire. 
  • The elderly gentleman owner advised it was given to him as a retirement present and he has kept it in a his display case and hardly used it. 
  • Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send a message. 
  • Cash upon collection is welcome. 
  • Worldwide international shipping is available please ask for a shipping price.
**Dimensions in inches & centimetres approximate** 
11.81" High (30cm) 
9.45" Width of the glass liner ( 
8.27 Length depth of the base at deepest point (21cm)     
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