London, South Kensington
19 December 2000
A MIXED LOT OF SILVERWARE
VARIOUS MAKERS AND DATES
comprising: a pair of modern three-legged pierced dishes, Sheffield, 1920; a pair of bead-rimmed pierced nut dishes each on a loaded foot, Birmingham, 1922; an oval pierced dish Sheffield, 1912; an oval vine mount nut dish Sheffield, 1915; six modern Celtic pattern tea spoons J.B. Chatterley, Birmingham; a Victorian salt spoon 1893; and a cased set of six silver-gilt coffee spoons, enamelled handles, Georg Jensen, 9.5 oz of weighable silver.
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