A quantity of silver flatware,
comprising: eight 18th century Old English feather edge and cartouche pattern tea spoons, part marked with indistinct maker's marks and lion passant, circa 1770, without shoulders; six Hanoverian pattern tea spoons, part marked, three probably by Thomas Wallis, London, circa 1770, with double drop heels, another two with single drop heels, the sixth by Hester Bateman; Old English pattern flatware, to include, two three-pronged dessert forks, by William Chawner, London 1824; eleven table forks, four by Sarah & John William Blake, London 1816, four by Thomas Wallis II & Jonathan Hayne, London 1816, another 1813 and two other examples; ten dessert spoons, three by Hester Bateman, London 1790, three by Richard Crossley, London 1798, three by Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1795/1812 and an example by George Adams; three table forks, by George Smith & William Fearn, London 1813; six table spoons, varying makers and dates; a Hanoverian pattern example, an Old English Thread and a feather edge examples; Six Fiddle pattern table forks, five by Robert Rutland, London 1813, one by George Adam, London 1846; a pair of Old English pattern sauce ladles, London 1810, another two examples and an Old English Bead pattern examples, together with a small quantity of other flatware, weight of silver 89oz. (Qty)
- Should read 11 dessert forks, not table forks.
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