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Fine Art Sale - Silver & Vertu

by Lawrences Auctioneers of Crewkerne Live Webcast Auction 08 Apr 2014 10:00 BST

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  • 09:30 BST- 13:00 BST
  • 09:00 BST- 16:30 BST
Crewkerne, Somerset

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  • The Linen Yard
  • South Street
  • Crewkerne
  • Somerset
  • TA18 8AB
  • United Kingdom

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE FORKS by Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne, London

Lot 1

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE FORKS by Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne, London 1814; 11.25 oz (6) ...[more]

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A SET OF TEN GEORGE III TABLE KNIVES with steel blades & green-stained ivory handles, and a set

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A SET OF TEN GEORGE III TABLE KNIVES with steel blades & green-stained ivory handles, and a set of ten plated steel table forks with three tines ...

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A SET OF TWELVE EARLY VICTORIAN OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS crested, by Richard Sibley (II),

Lot 3

A SET OF TWELVE EARLY VICTORIAN OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS crested, by Richard Sibley (II), London 1838; 25.5 oz (12) ...[more]

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A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH TEA SPOONS with engraved decoration & bead borders,

Lot 4

A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH TEA SPOONS with engraved decoration & bead borders, monogrammed, maker`s mark "WD" overstriking another, Glasgo...

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE II / III SCOTTISH TABLE SPOONS Hanoverian pattern engraved crest & motto, by

Lot 5

A SET OF SIX GEORGE II / III SCOTTISH TABLE SPOONS Hanoverian pattern engraved crest & motto, by David Warnock, Glasgow (DW, town mark, DW, B) c.1...

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS crested, by William Bateman, London 1821;

Lot 6

A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS crested, by William Bateman, London 1821; 12.9 oz (6) ...[more]

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS crested, by Stephen Adams, London

Lot 7

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS crested, by Stephen Adams, London 1819; 7 oz (6) ...[more]

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A SET OF TWELVE WILLIAM IV FEATHER EDGE TABLE FORKS (single struck), by Mary Chawner, London

Lot 8

A SET OF TWELVE WILLIAM IV FEATHER EDGE TABLE FORKS (single struck), by Mary Chawner, London 1835; 26 oz ...[more]

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A MATCHED SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS (five by Joseph Ash and one by G&I.

Lot 9

A MATCHED SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS (five by Joseph Ash and one by G&I. Piercy), London 1815; 11.6 oz (6) ...[more]

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A MIXED LOT: A set of four modern egg spoons, an American cream ladle, two pairs of sugar tongs, a

Lot 10

A MIXED LOT: A set of four modern egg spoons, an American cream ladle, two pairs of sugar tongs, a late Victorian cast fruit serving spoon and a p...

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III TABLE SPOONS in an unusual pattern (French Fiddle), initialled "P", by

Lot 11

A PAIR OF GEORGE III TABLE SPOONS in an unusual pattern (French Fiddle), initialled "P", by William Eley & William Fearn, London 1802; 4.9 oz (2...

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NINE VARIOUS GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH DESSERT SPOONS some crested, and four others with "berry"

Lot 12

NINE VARIOUS GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH DESSERT SPOONS some crested, and four others with "berry" decoration, mixed makers & dates, London 1787-1816; ...

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A GEORGE IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE PATTERN SOUP LADLE initialled "R", by David Gray of

Lot 13

A GEORGE IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE PATTERN SOUP LADLE initialled "R", by David Gray of Dumfries (anchor, unicorn`s head, G, anchor, DG) 1820-3...

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AN EDWARDIAN MOUNTED STEEL & PLATED CARVING SET with simulated ivory handles & embossed mounts

Lot 14

AN EDWARDIAN MOUNTED STEEL & PLATED CARVING SET with simulated ivory handles & embossed mounts including a steel, two carving knives, two carving ...

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A GEORGE III BEAD PATTERN SOUP LADLE with a swirl-fluted bowl, initialled "C" on the back of the

Lot 15

A GEORGE III BEAD PATTERN SOUP LADLE with a swirl-fluted bowl, initialled "C" on the back of the terminal, by Thomas Wallis, London 1769; 13.6" ...

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A GEORGE III MOTE SPOON with a diamond-point finial, a single drop, initialled "B", the bowl pierced

Lot 16

A GEORGE III MOTE SPOON with a diamond-point finial, a single drop, initialled "B", the bowl pierced with crosslets & scrolls, maker`s mark only (...

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A RARE EARLY 19TH CENTURY MALTESE LARGE MARROW SCOOP with a single drop & shoulders, engraved

Lot 17

A RARE EARLY 19TH CENTURY MALTESE LARGE MARROW SCOOP with a single drop & shoulders, engraved crest & motto "VIRTUS MILLE SCUTA", by Gioacchino Le...

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A GEORGE I MOTE SPOON with a long stem, & a plain rattail, the bowl pierced with scrolls, maker`s

Lot 18

A GEORGE I MOTE SPOON with a long stem, & a plain rattail, the bowl pierced with scrolls, maker`s mark only "AS", London c.1725; 6.1" (15.5 cms)...

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A MODERN CASED SET OF ELEVEN DESSERT/FRUIT KNIVES & TWELVE FORKS with faceted, mother of pearl

Lot 19

A MODERN CASED SET OF ELEVEN DESSERT/FRUIT KNIVES & TWELVE FORKS with faceted, mother of pearl handles, by Brook & Son (of Edinburgh), Sheffield 1...

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ASSORTED BEAD PATTERN FLATWARE (SINGLE STRUCK & SOME LATER BEADED): a pair of George III sauce

Lot 20

ASSORTED BEAD PATTERN FLATWARE (SINGLE STRUCK & SOME LATER BEADED): a pair of George III sauce ladles, initialled, a set of five George III table ...

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AN EDWARDIAN CASED SET OF TWELVE DESSERT/FRUIT KNIVES & TWELVE FORKS with mother of pearl handles,

Lot 21

AN EDWARDIAN CASED SET OF TWELVE DESSERT/FRUIT KNIVES & TWELVE FORKS with mother of pearl handles, maker`s mark "JS", Sheffield 1909 (retailed by ...

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS initialled "R", maker`s mark rubbed,

Lot 22

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS initialled "R", maker`s mark rubbed, probably by John Lambe, London 1783; 5.6 oz (6) ...

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A GEORGE III MEAT SKEWER engraved with a very small initial "M", by Richard Crossley, London 1796

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A GEORGE III MEAT SKEWER engraved with a very small initial "M", by Richard Crossley, London 1796 and a Victorian plated skewer; the former 11.3" ...

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS crested, by William Eley & William Fearn,

Lot 23

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS crested, by William Eley & William Fearn, London 1815; 12.8 oz (6) ...[more]

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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SCISSOR SNUFFERS with openwork handles, feather-edging & a floral boss pivot, by

Lot 24

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SCISSOR SNUFFERS with openwork handles, feather-edging & a floral boss pivot, by Joseph Angell, London 1825; 6.9" (17.6 cms)...

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III / IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TODDY LADLES Fiddle pattern, initialled "McH", by

Lot 25

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III / IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TODDY LADLES Fiddle pattern, initialled "McH", by William Jamieson of Aberdeen (WJ, A, B, D, WJ) ...

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A PAIR OF GEORGE IV QUEEN `S PATTERN NUT CRACKS crested, by Charles Eley, London 1825; 5.9" (14.

Lot 26

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV QUEEN `S PATTERN NUT CRACKS crested, by Charles Eley, London 1825; 5.9" (14.8 cms) long; 5.8 oz ...[more]

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A SET OF SIX LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL DECORATIVE SPOONS each with a different

Lot 27

A SET OF SIX LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL DECORATIVE SPOONS each with a different figure terminal, pseudo marks c.1900; 7.3" (18.5...

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A VICTORIAN MATCHED SET OF SIX DEVONSHIRE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS crested, by two makers (George Adams

Lot 28

A VICTORIAN MATCHED SET OF SIX DEVONSHIRE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS crested, by two makers (George Adams & John S. Hunt), London 1852/56/57; 12.4 oz ...

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A MODERN PRESENTATION TROWEL with a carved ivory handle, inscribed "Presented to the Right Hon.

Lot 29

A MODERN PRESENTATION TROWEL with a carved ivory handle, inscribed "Presented to the Right Hon. Sir G. Rowland Blades, BE, JP, MP, Lord Mayor of L...

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A MIXED LOT: A pair of early 19th century unascribed sugar tongs, maker`s mark "S&H" (struck twice),

Lot 30

A MIXED LOT: A pair of early 19th century unascribed sugar tongs, maker`s mark "S&H" (struck twice), twelve bean-end coffee spoons, two small pair...

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III / IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TABLE SPOONS Fiddle pattern, initialled "

Lot 31

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III / IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TABLE SPOONS Fiddle pattern, initialled "AEBMcH", by William Jamieson of Aberdeen (WJ, ABD, WJ) ...

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A MIXED LOT: A set of six George IV Old English pattern dessert forks & two table forks, by George

Lot 32

A MIXED LOT: A set of six George IV Old English pattern dessert forks & two table forks, by George Ferris of Exeter 1822, a set of four table fork...

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A GEORGE III FISH SLICE with a bright-cut bordered stem & a rounded, triform blade pierced &

Lot 33

A GEORGE III FISH SLICE with a bright-cut bordered stem & a rounded, triform blade pierced & engraved with fish & scrolls, maker`s mark only, stru...

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BY GEORG JENSEN: A set of seven Continental pattern table knives, five side knives & a carving

Lot 34

BY GEORG JENSEN: A set of seven Continental pattern table knives, five side knives & a carving fork (with stainless steel blades/tines), all with ...

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AN EDWARDIAN FIDDLE & THREAD PATTERN FISH SLICE & FORK initialled, by R. Stebbings, London 1906

Lot 35

AN EDWARDIAN FIDDLE & THREAD PATTERN FISH SLICE & FORK initialled, by R. Stebbings, London 1906 and a Fiddle & Thread (single struck) basting spoo...

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A GEORGE III MOTE SPOON with a diamond point finial & a single drop, initialled "S", the bowl

Lot 36

A GEORGE III MOTE SPOON with a diamond point finial & a single drop, initialled "S", the bowl pierced with crosslets & scrolls, heightened on the ...

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AN EDWARDIAN TEA INFUSER Spoon with a pierced bowl & a slide-off, pierced domed cover, maker`s

Lot 37

AN EDWARDIAN TEA INFUSER Spoon with a pierced bowl & a slide-off, pierced domed cover, maker`s mark "HJC&CO.LTD", Birmingham 1905; 5.75" (14.8 c...

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A MIXED LOT: A pair of Victorian sauce ladles, Old English pattern, initialled & dated "1867" by

Lot 38

A MIXED LOT: A pair of Victorian sauce ladles, Old English pattern, initialled & dated "1867" by Elisabeth Eaton, London 1846, a set of eleven Old...

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A MIXED LOT: A rare* Old English pattern table spoon by Peter & Jonathan Bateman, London 1790,

Lot 39

A MIXED LOT: A rare* Old English pattern table spoon by Peter & Jonathan Bateman, London 1790, another to match by Peter & Ann Bateman, London 179...

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A PAIR OF VICTORIAN FIDDLE TABLE SPOONS by Thomas Smily, London 1860, a pair of Fiddle table

Lot 40

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN FIDDLE TABLE SPOONS by Thomas Smily, London 1860, a pair of Fiddle table spoons by Joseph Hicks, Exeter 1823, two other George...

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A VICTORIAN, EXETER-MADE CADDY SPOON with a fluted bowl & a leaf stamped in relief on the

Lot 41

A VICTORIAN, EXETER-MADE CADDY SPOON with a fluted bowl & a leaf stamped in relief on the terminal, by Phillip Osment, 1863; 3.45" (8.8 cms) lon...

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A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVERGILT ICE CREAM SERVING SPOONS with engraved decoration, the terminals

Lot 42

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVERGILT ICE CREAM SERVING SPOONS with engraved decoration, the terminals set with turquoise & amethyst glass beads, by Jame...

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A POST-WAR CADDY SPOON with a small round bowl & a hardstone-set terminal, by Lilian Alexandra

Lot 43

A POST-WAR CADDY SPOON with a small round bowl & a hardstone-set terminal, by Lilian Alexandra Markham, Birmingham 1950; 3.75" (9.5 cms) long; ...

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A GEORGE III BUTTER SPADE with a later green-stained ivory handle, crested, by John Emes, London

Lot 44

A GEORGE III BUTTER SPADE with a later green-stained ivory handle, crested, by John Emes, London 1799 and a George III ivory-handled Stilton scoop...

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A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN ENGRAVED DESSERT KNIVES & SIX DESSERT FORKS with carved ivory handles, by

Lot 45

A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN ENGRAVED DESSERT KNIVES & SIX DESSERT FORKS with carved ivory handles, by H. Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1863; the knives 8...

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BY GEORG JENSEN: A modern Danish Acorn pattern caddy spoon, import marked London 1926, a small Acorn

Lot 46

BY GEORG JENSEN: A modern Danish Acorn pattern caddy spoon, import marked London 1926, a small Acorn pattern butter knife, import marked London 19...

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SIX VARIOUS EXETER-MADE TABLE SPOONS Old English pattern including: one by Joseph Hicks, 1806, one

Lot 47

SIX VARIOUS EXETER-MADE TABLE SPOONS Old English pattern including: one by Joseph Hicks, 1806, one by George Ferris, 1817, two by William Woodman ...

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A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN BASTING OR SERVING SPOON initialled "C", by Peter & William

Lot 48

A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN BASTING OR SERVING SPOON initialled "C", by Peter & William Bateman, London 1810; 11.5" (29.3 cms) long; 3.7 o...

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SPOONS: A George III Old English table spoon, initialled, by Hester Bateman c.1775, a set of three

Lot 49

SPOONS: A George III Old English table spoon, initialled, by Hester Bateman c.1775, a set of three Fiddle table spoons, initialled, by R. Peppin, ...

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A CASED SET OF SIX FIGURE-TERMINAL TEA SPOONS by G. Jackson & D. Fullerton, London 1899, a modern

Lot 50

A CASED SET OF SIX FIGURE-TERMINAL TEA SPOONS by G. Jackson & D. Fullerton, London 1899, a modern cased set of six ivory-handled tea knives and a ...

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A CONTINENTAL SOUP LADLE pricked "M.H. Friedlander 1863", maker`s mark "E.Wobber", & two early

Lot 51

A CONTINENTAL SOUP LADLE pricked "M.H. Friedlander 1863", maker`s mark "E.Wobber", & two early 20th century Norwegian spoons; the ladle 13.5" (3...

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A MIXED LOT: Two ivory-handled fish knives, a caddy scoop, an agate-handled fork, a mother of

Lot 52

A MIXED LOT: Two ivory-handled fish knives, a caddy scoop, an agate-handled fork, a mother of pearl handled fork, a set of six coffee spoons, five...

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A SMALL QUANTITY OF EXETER-MADE FLATWARE INCLUDING:- A pair of Fiddle table spoons & four tea

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A SMALL QUANTITY OF EXETER-MADE FLATWARE INCLUDING:- A pair of Fiddle table spoons & four tea spoons, initialled, by Messrs. Williams, 1852, a set...

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A MIXED LOT OF EIGHTEEN ANTIQUE TABLE SPOONS in a variety of patterns (including a set of five by J.

Lot 54

A MIXED LOT OF EIGHTEEN ANTIQUE TABLE SPOONS in a variety of patterns (including a set of five by J. McKay, Edinburgh, 18230), some crested, some ...

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A SET OF SIX WILLIAM IV PROVINCIAL FIDDLE TEA SPOONS initialled, by Messrs. Barber, Cattle &

Lot 55

A SET OF SIX WILLIAM IV PROVINCIAL FIDDLE TEA SPOONS initialled, by Messrs. Barber, Cattle & North, York 1833; 3.5 oz (6) ...[more]

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SIXTEEN VARIOUS SALT/SMALL SPOONS (including three shovels), a larger, modern fruitlet knop spoon, a

Lot 56

SIXTEEN VARIOUS SALT/SMALL SPOONS (including three shovels), a larger, modern fruitlet knop spoon, a medallion & a tag inscribed "Margaret"; the ...

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DANISH SILVERGILT & ENAMELLED FLATWARE INCLUDING:- Four pairs of spoons with coloured bowls &

Lot 57

DANISH SILVERGILT & ENAMELLED FLATWARE INCLUDING:- Four pairs of spoons with coloured bowls & terminals (pale green, yellow, purple & light blue) ...

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A CASED PAIR OF PARCELGILT FRUIT SPOONS with Apostle figure terminals, by William Hutton & Sons,

Lot 58

A CASED PAIR OF PARCELGILT FRUIT SPOONS with Apostle figure terminals, by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1913 and a cased pair of George III tab...

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A GEORGE III "PASTERN HOOF" CADDY SPOON with engraving & a pierced gallery, initialled "W", by Cocks

Lot 59

A GEORGE III "PASTERN HOOF" CADDY SPOON with engraving & a pierced gallery, initialled "W", by Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1808; 2.75" (7 cms)...

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