4th Nov, 2016 10:30

The Silver Auction

  Lot 507

GEORGE III SILVER NOVELTY HAND CADDY SPOON maker's mark partially clipped, probably Josiah Snatt or John Shea, London 1805, bowl in the form of a hand, handle engraved with wreath and initials 'JEM', 7cm long; together with a Edwardian silver scalloped caddy spoon, maker Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1909, Britannia standard, bright cut engraved in the late 18th century style, 9cm long and a late Victorian silver thimble, maker James Fenton, Birmingham 1896, engraved with a scene of a bicycle in a garden, 2.5cm high, approximately 29g in total (3)


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Sold for £300
Estimated at £300 - £500

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