4th Nov, 2016 10:30

The Silver Auction

  Lot 551

SIX GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS of various makers, assay marks and patterns, including a George III silver Hanoverian pattern teaspoon, maker Peter & Jonathan Bateman (mark only used for six months), London 1790, handle engraved with initials 'P I*M', 12.5cm long, a George III silver bright cut teaspoon, maker Solomon Hougham, London 1802, 13.5cm long and a Georgian silver Hanoverian pattern teaspoon, maker Stephen Adams I, London 1785, 12cm long; together with a Victorian silver fiddle and thread pattern mustard spoon, maker Chawner & Co (George William Adams), London 1850, handle engraved with a heraldic rampant Griffin, 14cm long, approximately 133g in total (7)


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Sold for £60
Estimated at £50 - £80

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