A MIXED GROUP OF SILVER
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A MIXED GROUP OF SILVER

VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS

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A MIXED GROUP OF SILVER
VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS
Comprising: a George III two-handled sugar bowl with cartouche engraved with an earl's coronet above the initials CK by John Emes, London, 1805 and a matching oval teapot stand by the same maker and of the same date, with wood base; an American sauceboat by Gorham ; a French snuff box, 1809/19, engraved with an earl's coronet and the initial K; a late Victorian embossed dressing table box by William Comyns, London, 1891; three silver-gilt spoons with figural terminals, one an 18th century Friesland example, another a 19th century Dutch reproduction and the third a Victorian copy, London, 1867
38.75 oz. (1201 gr.) (8)
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