London, South Kensington
12 September 2000
A collection of flatware,
mainly Fiddle pattern: three table spoons (including 1 x Exeter 1825), seven table forks (incl. 4x Vict.1870 Dublin, 1 (Fiddle Shell) x William IV 1836 Dublin), seven dessert spoons (6x Vict. J.& A. Savory 1838, London), 1x William IV John James Whiting 1836, London, eleven dessert forks (various dates and makers) 1810-1901 (incl. 2x Vict. Exeter 1855).
Five George III Old English pattern table spoons, London 1791/1797/1801, one George III Old English pattern table fork London 1805, one Georgian Old English pattern dessert spoon. Four various antique butter serving knives and three modern examples. A Victorian Old English pattern pickle fork, George Unite 1890, Birmingham.
Four George III fruit forks with ivory handles, London 1812, an ivory-handled salad serving fork, Atkin Bros 1919, Sheffield; four 19th century Russian table spoons, a metalware fish knife and fork, an Old English pattern fruit knife, Wm. Hutton & Sons 1900 London, and four oddments of flatware, 75ozs of weighable silver. (59)
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