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    Sale 5367

    Christie's Interiors

    30 September 2008, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 304

    A GROUP OF 18TH/19TH CENTURY FLATWARE

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    A GROUP OF 18TH/19TH CENTURY FLATWARE
    VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS
    Comprising a folding silver knife and fork, marked only with a King's head and lion passant, circa 1790, with scalloped silver mounts and inlaid gold navette-shaped cartouches initialled ELC, original red leather case; a set of six cheese knives with silver foliate embellished pistol handles, marks indistinct, probably first half 18th century, fitted with modern stainless steel blades; also a set of six Victorian Provincial Fiddle Pattern teaspoons, mark of Thomas H. Stone, Exeter, 1867; and a set of six provincial Fiddle and Shell pattern teaspoons, mark of John Walton, Newcastle, 1825
    weighable silver 12.5 oz. (388 gr.) (13)


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