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    Sale 5414

    The Sunday Sale

    28 September 2008, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 152

    AN EARLY GEORGE III IRISH SILVER HOOK END STRAINING SPOON

    MARK OF SAMUEL WALKER, DUBLIN, 1760

    Price Realised  

    AN EARLY GEORGE III IRISH SILVER HOOK END STRAINING SPOON
    MARK OF SAMUEL WALKER, DUBLIN, 1760
    Engraved with monogram; also a George III Onslow pattern silver soup ladle (the terminal later), maker's mark RP, possibly for Robert Rew, and lion passant only, circa 1770, with scalloped bowl; a George II silver punch ladle by Edward Aldridge, London, 1752, engraved with an elephant and turret crest, turned wood handle; and a George III skimming spoon, possibly Irish, unmarked, circa 1770, pierced and chased with tulips, daisies and a woman with child behind two putti flanking the tablets of the Ten Commandments, twisted whale bone handle
    gross weight 13 oz. (403 gr.) (4)


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