London, South Kensington
4 July 2000
A collection of plated wares:
a pair of oval entree dishes with covers and foliate capped ring handles; a pair of chambersticks, (lacking handles); a pair of sauce boats; a small vase; and a large quantity of flatware and cutlery, including a fiddle pattern soup ladle, ivory handled fish knives and forks and mother-of-pearl handled fruit knives and forks. (a lot)
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