London, South Kensington
22 May 2007
A COMPOSITE FIDDLE PATTERN CANTEEN OF SILVER FLATWARE,
VARIOUS DATES & MAKERS, GEORGE IV/VICTORIAN, LONDON/EXETER,
Comprising:- 11 table forks, London, 1854; 12 dessert forks, (of which 9 are London, 1854); 12 teaspoons; 6 table spoons; 1 basting spoon & 11 dessert spoons, Exeter, 1853; all contained in a 2-layer wood canteen with vacant brass escutcheon set in cover & lined in blue baize, 82 oz.
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