Property from the Collections of Lily & Edmond J. Safra - A pair of George III silver-gilt wine coolers & stands, Benjamin Smith, retailed by Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, London, 1807, the circular dished stands with ovolo borders & acanthus scroll handles, the vase-shaped bodies partly gadrooned below applied arms, collar of scrolling grapevine on matted ground with masks of Bacchus & Ceres, the hoop handles rising from Greek heads, detachable gadrooned rims... height overall 13 in.
THE FOLEY WINE COOLERS A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVER-GILT WINE-COOLERS, COLLARS AND LINERS IN THE EGYPTIAN STYLE MARK OF DIGBY SCOTT AND BENJAMIN SMITH, LONDON, 1805, AFTER A DESIGN BY JEAN-JACQUES BOILEAU, RETAILED BY RUNDELL, BRIDGE AND RUNDELL
A FINE PAIR OF REGENCY SILVER-GILT WINE COOLERS MARK OF BENJAMIN AND JAMES SMITH, LONDON, 1811 Each vase-form, with fluted and acanthus base, the neck chased with grapevine decoration and applied with two ram's-head mask handles, with detachable cylindrical liners, the collars gadrooned with bound reeded rims Wow the detail ! Zoom in on Christies Site A.W
A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WINE-COOLERS, COLLARS AND LINERS ON ASSOCIATED STANDS | MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1817, RETALED BY RUNDELL, BRIDGE AND RUNDELL, THE STANDS, 1810 | EUROPEAN FURNITURE & WORKS OF ART Auction | early 19th Century, wine coolers | Christie's
A pair of George IV silver wine coolers, Paul Storr, London, 1821 complete with crested screw-in liners and detachable rims, richly cast and chased above square pedestal bases engraved on either side with a coat-of-arms within a scroll cartouche