4th Nov, 2016 10:30

The Silver Auction

  Lot 549

LOT OF GEORGIAN SILVER SALT SPOONS comprising a pair of George III Old English pattern spoons, one maker George Smith (III) & William Fearn, London 1791, the other maker George Smith (IV), London 1798, both handles engraved with a diamond symbol, each 10.5cm long, a George III Old English pattern spoon, maker Peter, Ann & William Batemanm London 1802, handle engraved with initial 'B', 11cm long, a George IV Old English pattern spoon, maker Thomas Wheatley, Newcastle 1825, also stamped with name 'C. Robinson', 9.5cm long, a George IV fiddle pattern spoon, maker's mark rubbed, probably Reid & Son (Christian Ker Reid & David Reid), Newcastle 1821, handle engraved with initial 'H', 10cm long, a George IV fiddle, shell and thread pattern spoon, maker Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1824, handle engraved with initials 'WJH', 10.5cm long; together with a pair of Victorian engraved silver salt spoons and a Victorian heavy gauge silver mustard spoon, approximately 105g in total (9)


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Sold for £130
Estimated at £120 - £180

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