London, South Kensington
13 December 2007
A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE SILVER FLATWARE
GEORGE II AND LATER, MOSTLY LONDON, 1742/1791/1829 ETC.
MOSTLY OLD ENGLISH TOGETHER WITH SEVERAL HANOVERIAN PATTERN PIECES: 19 table spoons (2 for Edinburgh, 1751), 14 table forks (7 by Wm. Chawner, 1829) 16 DESSERT FORKS (6 by Wm. Eaton, 1829) 21 dessert spoons, 9 teaspoons and a pair of sauce ladles (1821) 114 ozs.
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