London, South Kensington
2 September 1998
A mixed lot of flatware and cutlery:
a set of seven modern rat-tail teaspoons with crossed "golf clubs" on the stems; ten assorted teaspoons; a set of six modern table forks; a modern fish serving knife and fork with ivory handles; a pair of Edwardian seal top fruit serving spoons, 1905; a pair of 'Apostle' spoons by Martin & Hall, Sheffield 1898; and a modern part service of rat-tail pattern including: six table forks; four dessert forks; and five dessert spoons, by John Round, Sheffield 1933.
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Six not seven crossed "golf club" teaspoons.
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