London, South Kensington
28 - 29 November 2006
A GEORGE III SILVER FRYING PAN CADDY SPOON,
MARK OF WILLIAM PUGH, BIRMINGHAM, 1807,
Engine-turned, with bifurcated handle inscribed "G" over "M.A", the engine-turned bowl with central rosette & boder of foliage on linear ground.
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