A George IV silver fish slice by George Booth of Aberdeen, circa 1820, three marks; GB, ABD, AB
Lot 346
A George IV silver fish slice by George Booth of Aberdeen, circa 1820, three marks; GB, ABD, AB
Sold for £375 (US$ 630) inc. premium
Lot Details
A George IV silver fish slice
by George Booth of Aberdeen, circa 1820, three marks; GB, ABD, AB
Of fiddle pattern, the shaped blade with one side reeded, the centre pierced as a stylised leaf, the handle engraved with crest, motto and initial 'C', length 29.5cm.

Footnotes

  • The crest and motto of Spero has been recorded for two Scottish names; Learmonth and Calderwood.

    Provenance;
    The private collection of the late Johnny Noble of Ardkinglas and thence by descent.

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