London, South Kensington
21 February 2007
A COLLECTION OF SMALL SILVER
A set of 4 Victorian salt cellars, together with 4 salt spoons, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham, 1873; a good set of 6 Victorian teaspoons (roses to bowls & cast leafy stems) Francis Higgins, London, 1856/7; 14 Georgian/Victorian teaspoons, a pr of acorn-end sugar tongs by Peter & Jonathan Bateman; 3 butter shells; pr of vases; another; a small Victorian condiment frame (lacks 1 fitting); an Irish pepper; pr of salts; Geo. wine funnel spout; & 11 other small items, weighable silver 37.25 oz.
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