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    Sale 1896

    Important Silver And Objects Of Vertu

    26 October 2007, New York, Rockefeller Plaza

  • Lot 221

    TWO GEORGIAN SILVER CADDY SPOONS

    THE FIRST MARK OF WILLIAM CHAWNER, LONDON, 1829, THE SECOND MARK OF JOSEPH TAYLOR, BIRMINGHAM, 1812

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    TWO GEORGIAN SILVER CADDY SPOONS
    THE FIRST MARK OF WILLIAM CHAWNER, LONDON, 1829, THE SECOND MARK OF JOSEPH TAYLOR, BIRMINGHAM, 1812
    With shaped oval fluted shell bowl, the fiddle-pattern engraved with an initial, marked on reverse of handle, shown with smaller spoon of coal scoop form, the fiddle-pattern engraved with an initial, also marked on reverse of handle, together with a Regency silver nipple guard, Thomas Phipps, James Phipps and Edward Robinson, London, 1811, of typical conical form with pierced holes, marked near outside rim
    The longest 4 in. (10.2 cm.) long; 0.9 oz. (27 gr.) (3)


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