The definition of “Georgian silver” refers to objects made out of sterling silver (mostly household silver such as tea ware and tableware, centrepieces, cutlery, objects-de-vertu, collectables, etc.) produced in England during the consecutive reigns of King George I (1714-1727), King George II (1727-1760), King George III (1760-1820) and King George IV (1820-1830).

The most notable makers operating during this Era were: Paul de LamerieHester BatemanEdward Farrell & Paul Storr.

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