23rd May, 2024 10:00

Silver & Luxury Accessories | Hermes, Chanel, Mont Blanc & More

 
  Lot 919
 

SUITE OF EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER CUTLERY
ROBERT GRAY & SON, GLASGOW CIRCA 1837

Kings pattern, comprising twelve table forks, twelve table spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons and tongs, two mustard spoons, two sauce ladles, a pair of basting spoons and a soup ladle, along with twelve silver handled table knives and dessert knives (these later), also two silver table forks, three silver teaspoons, a silver dessert spoon, a pair of plated grape scissors and plated sugar nips

(the weighable silver approx. 5130g gross)

 

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Sold for £3,400
Estimated at £1,500 - £2,500


Condition Report
Condition good to fair, with each piece subject to light to medium wear as per use and age, including minor dings, wear to armorials light scratches.
Circa 1837 as some are either side. Majority of not all, Robert Gray & Sons.

Later knives are Terry Shaverin, Sheffield marks.

Further pieces are 19TH century.

 
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