Paul Revere Silver Photos

Paul Revere (1734-1818) a Bostonian silversmith was also known for his role in the American Revolution. Paul's silversmithing is divided into pre- & post-Revolutionary styles Rococo then Neoclassical. Paul learned silversmithing from his father, Apollos Rivoire (1702-1754) (aka Paul Revere, Sr.), who trained with John Coney. Paul's son, Joseph Warren Revere, continued the business.

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Two silver tankards by Paul Revere I & II respectively at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver caster by Paul Revere I at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver objects by Paul Revere Sr. & Jr. of Boston at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Silver Sons of Liberty bowl by Paul Revere of Boston at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
Two silver tankards (1726 & c1760-70) by Paul Revere I & II respectively at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver caster (1740-55) by Paul Revere I at de Young Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver objects (1740-1760) by Paul Revere Sr. & Jr. of Boston at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Silver Sons of Liberty bowl (1768) by Paul Revere of Boston at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
Silver salt cellar by Paul Revere at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.American silver Rococo tankard by Paul Revere II at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.American silver cream pot by Paul Revere at Memorial Art Gallery. Rochester, NY.Silver vessels by Paul Revere at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
Silver salt cellar (c1768-70) by Paul Revere at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.American silver Rococo tankard (1769) by Paul Revere II at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.American silver cream pot (1765-75) by Paul Revere at Memorial Art Gallery. Rochester, NY.Silver vessels (1785-1800) by Paul Revere at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
Silver teapot by Paul Revere of Boston, MA at DAR Memorial Continental Hall Museum. Washington, DC.Silver teapot by Paul Revere at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Silver tray with handles by Paul Revere of Boston at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.
Silver teapot (1790-1800) by Paul Revere of Boston, MA at DAR Memorial Continental Hall Museum. Washington, DC.Silver teapot (c1795) by Paul Revere at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Silver tray with handles (waiter) (1797) by Paul Revere of Boston at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.

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