A George V silver christening cup, Birmingham 1912, tapered cylindrical, bright cut engraved and the following silver:- lobed circular bon bon dish, Sheffield 1912, five bar toast rack, cigarette box, pair of foliate bordered napkin rings, pair of George III style pointed end bright cut sauce ladles, Dublin 1908, stamped Weir & Sons, cased set of six lily pattern coffee spoons and another, six tea knives, pepperette, sugar tongs, two butter knives, set of five teaspoons, English import marks, also two pairs of chinese menu holders.
Lot 366
A George V silver christening cup, Birmingham 1912, tapered cylindrical, bright cut engraved and the following silver:- lobed circular bon bon dish, Sheffield 1912, five bar toast rack, cigarette box, pair of foliate bordered napkin rings, pair of George III style pointed end bright cut sauce ladles, Dublin 1908, stamped Weir & Sons, cased set of six lily pattern coffee spoons and another, six tea knives, pepperette, sugar tongs, two butter knives, set of five teaspoons, English import marks, also two pairs of chinese menu holders.
Sold for £324 (US$ 554) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art and Antiques Oxford
21 Sep 2010 11:00 BST

Auction 18121
Lot Details
A George V silver christening cup,
Birmingham 1912, tapered cylindrical, bright cut engraved and the following silver:- lobed circular bon bon dish, Sheffield 1912, five bar toast rack, cigarette box, pair of foliate bordered napkin rings, pair of George III style pointed end bright cut sauce ladles, Dublin 1908, stamped Weir & Sons, cased set of six lily pattern coffee spoons and another, six tea knives, pepperette, sugar tongs, two butter knives, set of five teaspoons, English import marks, also two pairs of chinese menu holders.
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