A George II silver marrow scoop probably by John Gorham, London 1755; together with another George III example, a basting spoon, a toddy ladle and five Old English pattern table spoons (9)
Lot 252Y
A George II silver marrow scoop probably by John Gorham, London 1755; together with another George III example, a basting spoon, a toddy ladle and five Old English pattern table spoons (9)
Sold for £687 (US$ 1,155) inc. premium
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A George II silver marrow scoop
probably by John Gorham, London 1755
Conventional form; together with another George III Fiddle and Thread pattern example, by George Smith & William Fearn, London 1787, crested, a George III Old English pattern basting spoon, probably by John Lamb, London 1800, a baleen toddy ladle, possibly by Elizabeth Morley, London, and five Old English table spoons, four various makers, London 1806, the other bottom-marked, London, monogrammed, weight 16oz. (9)
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