London, South Kensington
20 January 2010
A SET OF ELEVEN GEORGE IV PROVINCIAL SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE FORKS
MARK OF REID AND SON, NEWCASTLE, 1821
Together with a group of George III provincial Old English pattern silver flatware, all Newcastle, comprising: a pair of basting spoons by John Langlands (I), date letter rubbed, circa 1780; a pair of table spoons by the same maker, circa 1795; and two sauce ladles by Langlands and Robertson, one 1784/5, the other circa 1780; all engraved with initial C
36 oz. (1,116 gr.)
Reverend Joseph Cook (1759-1844) and by descent at Newton Hall, Northumberland.
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