A COMPOSITE QUEEN ANNE/GEORGE I/GEORGE II SILVER TABLE SERVICE

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A COMPOSITE QUEEN ANNE/GEORGE I/GEORGE II SILVER TABLE SERVICE

Dognose-pattern, variously engraved with crests and monograms, comprising:

Eighteen tablespoons, five London, 1706, maker's mark unclear; two 1711, maker's mark C?; one 1714, maker's mark AR; one 1704; nine marks unclear, together with a Continental example
Seventeen dessert spoons, six London, 1717, maker's mark unclear; four maker's mark Paul Hanet, 1730; seven maker's mark Isaac Davenport, one 1708
Sixteen teaspoons, marks unclear
Twenty-two three-prong table forks; twelve maker's mark Lawrence Jones, London, six 1706 and six 1707; five 1731, maker's mark unclear; five marks unclear
Twenty-two three-prong dessert forks, eight maker's mark Andrew Archer, London, 1709; six maker's mark Lewis Mettayer, 1707; eight maker's mark Thomas Sadler, 1708
Twelve French four-prong dessert forks, Paris, 1740, with the charge and discharge of Louis Robin
(164oz., 5126gr.)

Eighteen pistol-handled table knives with steel blades, eight maker's mark John Liger
Twelve pistol-handled dessert knives with steel blades, maker's mark WS (138)
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