ZSIX GEORGE III SILVER SERVING PIECES, each London, with maker's marks of: comprising, two Bright Cut Old English pattern soup ladles, one engraved with monogram within ribbon tied shield form cartouche, with shell bowl, the other engraved with monogram and crest within serrated and fruited bright cut cartouche, with round bowl--each 1784, the first George Smith III--13½in. (34.2cm.) long, the second Richard Crossley--12½in. (31.7cm.) long, a pair of Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern basting spoons, each engraved with crest--Robert Peppin, 1824, an Old English pattern straining spoon, the divider pierced with lozenges--Eley & Fearn, 1798, and a Hanovarian pattern stuffing spoon with shell drop, reverse engraved with initials, later applied with pierced strainer--Shaw & Preist, 1762--33oz. (6)

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ZSIX GEORGE III SILVER SERVING PIECES, each London, with maker's marks of: comprising, two Bright Cut Old English pattern soup ladles, one engraved with monogram within ribbon tied shield form cartouche, with shell bowl, the other engraved with monogram and crest within serrated and fruited bright cut cartouche, with round bowl--each 1784, the first George Smith III--13½in. (34.2cm.) long, the second Richard Crossley--12½in. (31.7cm.) long, a pair of Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern basting spoons, each engraved with crest--Robert Peppin, 1824, an Old English pattern straining spoon, the divider pierced with lozenges--Eley & Fearn, 1798, and a Hanovarian pattern stuffing spoon with shell drop, reverse engraved with initials, later applied with pierced strainer--Shaw & Preist, 1762--33oz. (6)
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