Lamerie

Lamerie

(ˈlæmərɪ)
n
(Biography) Paul de. 1688–1751, English silversmith of French Huguenot descent, noted for his lavish rococo designs
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made by Paul Storr in 1806 and 1807"; "the Craven service, also numbering more than 100 pieces made by Sebastian and James Crespell between 1766 and 1772"; "splendid silver and silver-gilt from the greatest silversmiths of the Georgian period including the famous Hassel silver by Lamerie, a superb and finely engraved work from 1736.
Comparable quantities of furniture from around 1680 to 1830--usually identified by reign, and including silver by Paul de Lamerie and Paul Storr--crossed the ocean, going in the first instance to private collectors rather than museums.
What is beyond doubt is that it was made by England's greatest 18th century silversmith, Paul de Lamerie.
More affordable - this pair of Hanoverian pattern de Lamerie spoons sold for PS75
The ornate George II pot made in 1738 by one of the greatest silversmiths of his day, Paul de Lamerie, is expected to fetch up to 4.
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14pm tonight and should confirm recent superiority over Lamerie by getting first run on a field she is giving quite a bit away to in terms of race experience.
GRAHAM BRADLEY will pay his first visit to Down Royal when he rides Lamerie for Richard Hannon in the first race of the two-day festival which begins on Friday.
10: TIME N TIDE (W J O'Connor, 40-1) 1; Tarawan (8-11f) 2; Lamerie (14-1) 3.
How about a De Lamerie fine English bone china dinner service, hand-painted and embellished with gold, for pounds 889,500?
That the silversmith Paul de Lamerie possessed such skills to a high degree is evident from a teapot he made in 1735, now in the Ashmolean.
Made by the 'King's Silversmith' Paul de Lamerie in 1738, this ornate chased and engraved piece had been boldly estimated at 3.