A GEORGE III/IV AND WILLIAM IV SILVER TABLE SERVICE

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A GEORGE III/IV AND WILLIAM IV SILVER TABLE SERVICE

Fiddle thread and shell pattern, comprising:

Twelve tablespoons, maker's mark of Richard Peppin, London, 1823
Twelve dessert spoons, maker's mark Eley & Fearn, seven 1812, five 1798
Twelve teaspoons, four 1836, maker's mark WT, one 1822, seven marks unclear
Twelve table forks, two maker's mark Eley, ten William Chawner, 1825, two maker's mark Eley, Fearn & Chawner, 1810
Twelve dessert forks, six maker's mark William Chawner, 1828, three maker's mark Adey Bellamy Savory, 1829; two 1822, one 1825
(135oz. 10dwt., 4215gr.)
Twelve table knives with steel blades, engraved with a crest, maker's mark Paul Storr, 1818
Twelve dessert knives with silver blades, engraved with a crest and motto, maker's mark William Eley, 1824 (84)
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