London, South Kensington
18 April 2007
A GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE & THREAD PATTERN FISH SLICE,
MARK OF CHARLES ELEY, LONDON, 1825,
Blade pierced with panel of anthemions, ALSO a George III silver fish slice with tapering ivory handle, by Jonathan Hayne, London, 1828, blade pierced with 3 fish amidst oak leaves & acorns, weighable silver 7.25 oz. (2)
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The estimate on this lot should read GBP250-300.
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