A George III Old English pattern gravy spoon,initialled, 1816, a William IV cream jug, 1830, an octagonal section baluster castor, Chester 1913, a Christening set (cased) three cigarette cases, miscellaneous teaspoons, two silver topped toilet bottles, a pair of electropolate coasters, sauceboat and tongs. (parcel).
Lot 407
A George III Old English pattern gravy spoon,initialled, 1816, a William IV cream jug, 1830, an octagonal section baluster castor, Chester 1913, a Christening set (cased) three cigarette cases, miscellaneous teaspoons, two silver topped toilet bottles, a pair of electropolate coasters, sauceboat and tongs. (parcel).
Sold for £687 (US$ 1,155) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art & Antiques Oxford
2 Nov 2011 10:00 GMT

Auction 18971
A George III Old English pattern gravy spoon,initialled, 1816, a William IV cream jug, 1830, an octagonal section baluster castor, Chester 1913, a Christening set (cased) three cigarette cases, miscellaneous teaspoons, two silver topped toilet bottles, a pair of electropolate coasters, sauceboat and tongs. (parcel). A George III Old English pattern gravy spoon,initialled, 1816, a William IV cream jug, 1830, an octagonal section baluster castor, Chester 1913, a Christening set (cased) three cigarette cases, miscellaneous teaspoons, two silver topped toilet bottles, a pair of electropolate coasters, sauceboat and tongs. (parcel).
Lot Details
A George III Old English pattern gravy spoon,

initialled, 1816, a William IV cream jug, 1830, an octagonal section baluster castor, Chester 1913, a Christening set (cased) three cigarette cases, miscellaneous teaspoons, two silver topped toilet bottles, a pair of electropolate coasters, sauceboat and tongs. (parcel).
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