London, South Kensington
23 February 1999
A late Victorian/Edwardian canteen of King's pattern flatware and cutlery, comprising:
eighteen table forks
eighteen dessert spoons
eighteen dessert forks
by John Round of Sheffield, 1900/1902, all initialled "t"; together with a set of eighteen modern side knives to match, (with stainless steel blades); a set of twelve pairs of modern fish knives and forks; and a cased set of twelve pairs of Victorian electro-plated dessert knives and forks with mother-of-pearl handles, (some replacements), 218oz weighable silver.
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Lot also includes nineteen table knives.
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