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A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE maker's mark of Francis Higgins, London, 1860 Victoria pattern, each engraved with a coat-of-arms, all contained in a three draw fitted wood canteen, comprising Twelve table spoons Twelve table forks Twelve dessert spoons Twelve dessert forks Eighteen teaspoons Twelve egg spoons Six salt spoons Four mustard spoons Two basting spoons Two sauce ladles Two pairs of sugar tongs A sifting spoon A butter knife A jam spoon A fish slice and fork Six meat skewers in various sizes A soup ladle Twelve fruit knives Twelve fruit forks Twelve table knives with stainless steel blades, modern Twelve cheese knives, with stainless steel blades, modern 222ozs. (6,927grs.) The arms are those Pearse, for Joseph Pearse (b.1810) of Pashet, Co. Durham, New South Wales, Australia. The arms were granted to him on 15 March 1860. His left one surviving child, a son, William (154)

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