4th Nov, 2016 10:30

The Silver Auction

  Lot 550

SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER TEASPOONS maker David Marshall, Edinburgh circa 1782-1790, in 'Scots Fiddle' pattern, each 13cm long; together with a George III Scottish silver teaspoon, maker Peter Mathie, Edinburgh circa 1774-193, handled engraved 'R 1', 13.5cm long, a George IV Scottish silver fiddle pattern condiment ladle, maker David McDonald, Glasgow 1827, handle engraved with initials 'AJ', 13.5cm long, four other George IV or Victorian Scottish silver teaspoons and a Victorian Scottish silver salt shovel, approximately 168g in total (11)


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Sold for £120
Estimated at £100 - £150

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