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Fine Art Sale - Silver & Vertu

Lawrences Auctioneers of Crewkerne Live Webcast Auction 15 Jan 2013 11:00 GMT

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Crewkerne, Somerset

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

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GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE: three table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert

Lot 1

GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE: three table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, eleven dessert forks, a sauce ladle, a mus...

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A GEORGE III MEAT SKEWER with engraved crest, by George Smith & William Fearn, London 1796; 12.1" (

Lot 2

A GEORGE III MEAT SKEWER with engraved crest, by George Smith & William Fearn, London 1796; 12.1" (30.5 cms) long; 2.8 oz ...[more]

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A WILLIAM IV SCOTTISH PART SERVICE OF QUEEN`S PATTERN FLATWARE: four table spoons, six dessert

Lot 3

A WILLIAM IV SCOTTISH PART SERVICE OF QUEEN`S PATTERN FLATWARE: four table spoons, six dessert spoons, seven tea spoons, two salt spoons & a soup ...

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A CASED PAIR OF EDWARDIAN GRAPE SHEARS by John Round, Sheffield 1904; 6.5" (16.3 cms) long; 2.95 oz

Lot 4

A CASED PAIR OF EDWARDIAN GRAPE SHEARS by John Round, Sheffield 1904; 6.5" (16.3 cms) long; 2.95 oz ...[more]

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A VICTORIAN CANTEEN OF KING`S PATTERN FLATWARE: seventeen table spoons, eighteen table forks,

Lot 5

A VICTORIAN CANTEEN OF KING`S PATTERN FLATWARE: seventeen table spoons, eighteen table forks, eighteen dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks & thir...

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A CASED MODERN NOTCHED PURITAN SPOON & FORK (replicas of the Manner`s spoon & fork made in 1632,

Lot 6

A CASED MODERN NOTCHED PURITAN SPOON & FORK (replicas of the Manner`s spoon & fork made in 1632, originally the property of the Rutland family of ...

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A SET OF FIVE THREAD PATTERN TABLE KNIVES with steel blades, crested, by Randall Chatterton,

Lot 7

A SET OF FIVE THREAD PATTERN TABLE KNIVES with steel blades, crested, by Randall Chatterton, London 1830 and an earlier example to match by Moses ...

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A SET OF TWELVE MODERN FIDDLE THREAD & SHELL PATTERN SMALL COFFEE SPOONS initialled, together with a

Lot 8

A SET OF TWELVE MODERN FIDDLE THREAD & SHELL PATTERN SMALL COFFEE SPOONS initialled, together with a pair of grape shears, a pair of sugar tongs, ...

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ASSORTED KINGS & QUEENS PATTERN FLATWARE: nine table spoons, seven table forks, ten dessert

Lot 9

ASSORTED KINGS & QUEENS PATTERN FLATWARE: nine table spoons, seven table forks, ten dessert spoons, seven dessert forks and a sauce ladle, some cr...

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A MIXED LOT: A George III salt shovel, two tea spoons and two napkin rings; 2.2 oz (5)

Lot 10

A MIXED LOT: A George III salt shovel, two tea spoons and two napkin rings; 2.2 oz (5) ...[more]

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A GEORGE III MEAT SKEWER with a `squared` ring terminal probably by Soloman Hougham, London 1813;

Lot 11

A GEORGE III MEAT SKEWER with a `squared` ring terminal probably by Soloman Hougham, London 1813; 10" (25.5 cms) long; 2.25 oz ...[more]

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A GEORGE IV FIDDLE PATTERN BASTING SPOON crested, by Charles Eley, London 1824 and a modern

Lot 12

A GEORGE IV FIDDLE PATTERN BASTING SPOON crested, by Charles Eley, London 1824 and a modern serving fork by the Worcester Silver Co. Inc., London ...

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A MODERN CHASED PIERCED VINE PATTERN SAUCE LADLE & A FRUIT SPOON by C J Vander Ltd., London 1978 and

Lot 13

A MODERN CHASED PIERCED VINE PATTERN SAUCE LADLE & A FRUIT SPOON by C J Vander Ltd., London 1978 and 1992 respectively; the latter 7.1" (18 cms) l...

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A MIXED LOT OF FLATWARE: A late Victorian caddy spoon, three Exeter-made tea spoons, a Russian

Lot 14

A MIXED LOT OF FLATWARE: A late Victorian caddy spoon, three Exeter-made tea spoons, a Russian niellowork lemon tea spoon, a small fork, four othe...

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A LATE 18TH CENTURY SCANDINAVIAN PARCELGILT SPOON the stylised crown finial with five drop rings,

Lot 15

A LATE 18TH CENTURY SCANDINAVIAN PARCELGILT SPOON the stylised crown finial with five drop rings, the large bowl engraved with a flower in the cen...

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A SUGAR SIFTER LADLE with a lily flower terminal, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1893, a serving

Lot 16

A SUGAR SIFTER LADLE with a lily flower terminal, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1893, a serving slice & fork by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1916 a...

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS engraved crest & initials, by Thomas &

Lot 17

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS engraved crest & initials, by Thomas & William Chawner, London 1768; 10.4 oz (6) ...[mo...

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A GEORGE III FISH SLICE with a loaded, Thread pattern handle and pierced trellis work on the

Lot 18

A GEORGE III FISH SLICE with a loaded, Thread pattern handle and pierced trellis work on the blade, initialled, by W. Eley & W. Fearn (the handle ...

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A GEORGE IV FIDDLE PATTERN BASTING SPOON by Thomas Dicks, London 1826; 11.9" (30 cms) long; 3.7 oz

Lot 19

A GEORGE IV FIDDLE PATTERN BASTING SPOON by Thomas Dicks, London 1826; 11.9" (30 cms) long; 3.7 oz ...[more]

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A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE TODDY LADLE initialled "P", by Henry Mouncie, Dumfries (K, anchor,,

Lot 20

A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE TODDY LADLE initialled "P", by Henry Mouncie, Dumfries (K, anchor,, stag`s head, HM) c.1825; 6.5" (16.4 cms) long; 1....

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A SET OF SIX EARLY 19TH CENTURY FIDDLE TABLE FORKS crested, maker`s mark only "IT", struck four

Lot 21

A SET OF SIX EARLY 19TH CENTURY FIDDLE TABLE FORKS crested, maker`s mark only "IT", struck four times,unascribed probably Colonial/provincial 1810...

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A SCARCE PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN PROVINCIAL TEA SPOONS bright-engraved Fiddle pattern, crested, by

Lot 22

A SCARCE PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN PROVINCIAL TEA SPOONS bright-engraved Fiddle pattern, crested, by Charles & Thomas Terrett Taylor, of Bristol (wi...

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A GEORGE III FIDDLE, THREAD & SHELL PATTERN BASTING SPOON by Soloman Hougham, London 1805; 12.25" (

Lot 23

A GEORGE III FIDDLE, THREAD & SHELL PATTERN BASTING SPOON by Soloman Hougham, London 1805; 12.25" (31 cms) long; 5.25 oz ...[more]

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AN EARLY VICTORIAN MEAT SKEWER with a Fiddle & Thread terminal, crested, by William Eaton, London

Lot 24

AN EARLY VICTORIAN MEAT SKEWER with a Fiddle & Thread terminal, crested, by William Eaton, London 1839 and a George III meat skewer with a "square...

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A VICTORIAN FIDDLE & THREAD PATTERN SALAD SERVING SPOON & FORK crested, by Francis Higgins, London

Lot 25

A VICTORIAN FIDDLE & THREAD PATTERN SALAD SERVING SPOON & FORK crested, by Francis Higgins, London 1863; approx. 11.8" (30 cms) long; 11.3 oz (2))...

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A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON with a shell bowl & bright-cut stem, initialled, by George Smith, London

Lot 26

A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON with a shell bowl & bright-cut stem, initialled, by George Smith, London 1784; 3.4" (8.5 cms) long; 0.34 oz ...[more]

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A CASED VICTORIAN PARCELGILT CADDY SPOON, SUGAR SPOON & A PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS with a jovial mask

Lot 27

A CASED VICTORIAN PARCELGILT CADDY SPOON, SUGAR SPOON & A PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS with a jovial mask on each terminal, the case inscribed "Barnes Foot...

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A WILLIAM IV IRISH CADDY SPOON Fiddle pattern with a fluted bowl, initialled "D", by James Brady,

Lot 28

A WILLIAM IV IRISH CADDY SPOON Fiddle pattern with a fluted bowl, initialled "D", by James Brady, Dublin 1836; 4.3" (11 cms) long; 0.35 oz ...[m...

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A CONTEMPORARY ITALIAN CADDY SPOON in the form of a lobster at the edge of a pool, by Gianmaria

Lot 29

A CONTEMPORARY ITALIAN CADDY SPOON in the form of a lobster at the edge of a pool, by Gianmaria Buccellatti; 3.2" (8 cms) long; 0.9 oz ...[more]

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A RARE GEORGE III CADDY SPOON with a shallow circular engine-turned bowl, initialled `"S" and a

Lot 30

A RARE GEORGE III CADDY SPOON with a shallow circular engine-turned bowl, initialled `"S" and a coiled snake handle, by Matthew Linwood, Birmingha...

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A LATE 19TH CENTURY NORWEGIAN SILVERGILT & CLOISONNE ENAMELLED CADDY SPOON decorated in polychrome

Lot 31

A LATE 19TH CENTURY NORWEGIAN SILVERGILT & CLOISONNE ENAMELLED CADDY SPOON decorated in polychrome with floral & foliate designs within linear bor...

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A GEORGE III CADDY SHOVEL with a mother of pearl handle, crested, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham

Lot 32

A GEORGE III CADDY SHOVEL with a mother of pearl handle, crested, by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1813, a George III engraved "leaf" caddy spoon b...

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THREE HANDMADE SPOONS: A small Ionian coffee spoon, a similar caddy spoon with Celtic cross stem and

Lot 33

THREE HANDMADE SPOONS: A small Ionian coffee spoon, a similar caddy spoon with Celtic cross stem and an Edwardian long stemmed spoon with enamelle...

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A COPPER CADDY SPOON stamped on the handle with the Prince of Wales`s Feathers & the motto "

Lot 34

A COPPER CADDY SPOON stamped on the handle with the Prince of Wales`s Feathers & the motto "CONCORDIA INTEGRITAS INDUSTRIA", another copper caddy ...

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A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON with a shell bowl and a bead pattern trifurcated stem, maker`s mark "

Lot 35

A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON with a shell bowl and a bead pattern trifurcated stem, maker`s mark "WB" & lion passant only, probably by William Brockwe...

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A GEORGE III NORTH COUNTRY PROVINCIAL FIDDLE PATTERN CADDY SPOON initialled "E.F.", probably by John

Lot 36

A GEORGE III NORTH COUNTRY PROVINCIAL FIDDLE PATTERN CADDY SPOON initialled "E.F.", probably by John Walker, Chester 1806; 4" (10 cms) long; 0.6 o...

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A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN EGG SPOONS initialled "P" by Charles Boyton, London 1865; 3.

Lot 37

A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN EGG SPOONS initialled "P" by Charles Boyton, London 1865; 3.6 oz (6) ...[more]

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A SET OF EIGHT VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS initialled "K", struck with two maker`s marks (

Lot 38

A SET OF EIGHT VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS initialled "K", struck with two maker`s marks (for W.R. Sobey & Francis Higgins, London 1844; ...

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BY GEORG JENSEN: A small Danish serving spoon & fork with English Import marks for London 1930 (

Lot 39

BY GEORG JENSEN: A small Danish serving spoon & fork with English Import marks for London 1930 (contained in a lined & fitted case); the spoon & f...

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BY RAMSDEN & CARR: A modern handmade spoon with a trident stem and a galleon terminal, London

Lot 40

BY RAMSDEN & CARR: A modern handmade spoon with a trident stem and a galleon terminal, London 1917; 7" (17.8 cms) long; 1.6 oz ...[more]

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A GEORGE II HANOVERIAN PATTERN BASTING/SERVING SPOON initialled & dated "S" over "SEMI" over "ES"

Lot 41

A GEORGE II HANOVERIAN PATTERN BASTING/SERVING SPOON initialled & dated "S" over "SEMI" over "ES" over "1737", probably by Starling Wilford, Londo...

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A MODERN DANISH CACTUS PATTERN SALAD SERVING SPOON & FORK by Georg Jensen; approx. 9" (23 cms) long;

Lot 42

A MODERN DANISH CACTUS PATTERN SALAD SERVING SPOON & FORK by Georg Jensen; approx. 9" (23 cms) long; 6 oz (2) ...[more]

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A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN BASTING/SERVING SPOON maker`s mark squashed, London 1777; 12" (30.5

Lot 43

A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN BASTING/SERVING SPOON maker`s mark squashed, London 1777; 12" (30.5 cms) long; 3.6 oz ...[more]

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A VICTORIAN CAST SUGAR SIFTER LADLE with a part-matted, shell bowl & a scrollwork stem with vacant

Lot 44

A VICTORIAN CAST SUGAR SIFTER LADLE with a part-matted, shell bowl & a scrollwork stem with vacant cartouches, by John S. Hunt, Lojdon 1846; 6" (1...

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BY GEORG JENSEN: A set of five modern Danish serving spoons and another very similar example by G.

Lot 45

BY GEORG JENSEN: A set of five modern Danish serving spoons and another very similar example by G. Jensen & Wendelais; 8" (20.5 cms) long; 13.2 oz...

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A GEORGE III IRISH BRIGHT-CUT DIVIDER SPOON crested, by J. Shields, Dublin 1786; 12.3" (31.5 cms)

Lot 46

A GEORGE III IRISH BRIGHT-CUT DIVIDER SPOON crested, by J. Shields, Dublin 1786; 12.3" (31.5 cms) long; 3.8 oz *Crest of Fitzmaurice-Eare of Kerry...

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BY HESTER BATEMAN: A set of six George III Old English pattern tea spoons, initialled "B" over "ES",

Lot 47

BY HESTER BATEMAN: A set of six George III Old English pattern tea spoons, initialled "B" over "ES", London 1783; 2.8 oz (6) ...[more]

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A GEORGE III TOASTING FORK with a long, turned wooden handle, engraved with a crest and the initials

Lot 48

A GEORGE III TOASTING FORK with a long, turned wooden handle, engraved with a crest and the initials "F&C"* below a coronet, unmarked c.1800; 25.9...

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A MIXED LOT: A pair of late 19th century Dutch figure terminal spoons, a pair of sugar tongs, a

Lot 49

A MIXED LOT: A pair of late 19th century Dutch figure terminal spoons, a pair of sugar tongs, a butter knife, a pair of 18th century sugar nips st...

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SUGAR TONGS: A Fiddle pair by William Welch of Exeter 1809 also stamped "BLACMORE" (incuse), a

Lot 50

SUGAR TONGS: A Fiddle pair by William Welch of Exeter 1809 also stamped "BLACMORE" (incuse), a Scottish provincial Fiddle pair by George Booth of ...

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EIGHT VARIOUS PAIRS OF GEORGE III BRIGHT-ENGRAVED SUGAR TONGS 7.8 oz (8)

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EIGHT VARIOUS PAIRS OF GEORGE III BRIGHT-ENGRAVED SUGAR TONGS 7.8 oz (8) ...[more]

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SUGAR TONGS: A George III cast arm example, a pair by Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1804, a

Lot 52

SUGAR TONGS: A George III cast arm example, a pair by Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1804, a pair of Dublin-made Fiddle tongs by Tudor & Whi...

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AUSTRALIAN INTEREST: A late 19th / early 20th century Australian spoon with a mounted natural

Lot 53

AUSTRALIAN INTEREST: A late 19th / early 20th century Australian spoon with a mounted natural shell bowl, the terminal in the shape of the outline...

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THREE GLAZED WALL-MOUNTING CASES for displaying sugar tongs; the largest ones 16.75" (42 cms)

Lot 54

THREE GLAZED WALL-MOUNTING CASES for displaying sugar tongs; the largest ones 16.75" (42 cms) high (3) ...[more]

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MISCELLANEOUS FLATWARE & CUTLERY INCLUDING: an ivory handled knife & fork, two small Russian spoons,

Lot 55

MISCELLANEOUS FLATWARE & CUTLERY INCLUDING: an ivory handled knife & fork, two small Russian spoons, five condiment spoons, etc.; 9 oz weighable s...

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SAUCE LADLES by Messrs. Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London 1808;

Lot 56

A PAIR OF GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SAUCE LADLES by Messrs. Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London 1808; 3.6 oz (2) ...[more]

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III FEATHER EDGE SALT SPOONS with relief cartouches crested, and shell bowls, by

Lot 57

A PAIR OF GEORGE III FEATHER EDGE SALT SPOONS with relief cartouches crested, and shell bowls, by Thomas Chawner, London c.1787 (maker`s mark only...

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BY PAUL STORR: An Old English pattern table fork, crested, London 1815 and a tea spoon, crested,

Lot 58

BY PAUL STORR: An Old English pattern table fork, crested, London 1815 and a tea spoon, crested, London 1813; 2.9 oz (2) ...[more]

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BY LIBERTY & CO: A pair of modern sugar tongs with a hammered finish, Birmingham 1913; 3.8" (9.7

Lot 59

BY LIBERTY & CO: A pair of modern sugar tongs with a hammered finish, Birmingham 1913; 3.8" (9.7 cms) long; 0.8 oz ...[more]

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BY H.G. MURPHY: A pair of modern, Art Deco salt spoons with octagonal bowls & stepped terminals,

Lot 60

BY H.G. MURPHY: A pair of modern, Art Deco salt spoons with octagonal bowls & stepped terminals, London 1935 (with Falcon Studio marks); 3.9" (10 ...

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