American Silver Creamer by Paul Revere
American Silver Creamer by Paul Revere American Silver Creamer by Paul Revere American Silver Creamer by Paul Revere American Silver Creamer by Paul Revere
American Silver Creamer by Paul Revere

American Silver Creamer by Paul Revere

  • This early American silver creamer was made by Paul Revere
  • The legendary American patriot was also a gifted silversmith
  • This beautiful creamer one of the handful of Revere pieces known today
  • Revere's works are some of the most coveted silver masterpieces in the world
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Item No. 30-8973
$168,500
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An exceptional and extremely rare sterling creamer crafted by Paul Revere, Jr., American patriot and preeminent silversmith. This lovely vessel clearly exhibits Revere's tremendous versatility as a craftsman. The fluted, vase-like body is subtly adorned with a monogram engraved in a bright-cut oval frame below a ribbon bow. Born in 1734 to a Huguenot silversmith, Paul Revere's patriotism for his country and his contribution to American decorative arts is of inestimable value. While his midnight ride warning of the British invasion during the Revolutionary War made him a legend, it was his extraordinary work as a silversmith that has left such a valuable legacy. Today, his pieces are regarded among the rarest and most desirable works of silver in the world.

Marked "REVERE"

Circa 1790

4 3/8" wide x 2 1/2" deep x 7" high
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Period: 18th Century
Origin:America
Type:Creamers/Sugar
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