A selection of spoon sets and other flatwares comprising a carving set; two carved spoon sets (six in each); two knife sets (six and five); carved pair of serving spoons (plated) and a bag of twenty four various pieces (large quantity)
Lot 149
A selection of spoon sets and other flatwares comprising a carving set; two carved spoon sets (six in each); two knife sets (six and five); carved pair of serving spoons (plated) and a bag of twenty four various pieces (large quantity)
Sold for £625 (US$ 1,052) inc. premium
Auction Details
A selection of spoon sets and other flatwares comprising a carving set; two carved spoon sets (six in each); two knife sets (six and five); carved pair of serving spoons (plated) and a bag of twenty four various pieces (large quantity) A selection of spoon sets and other flatwares comprising a carving set; two carved spoon sets (six in each); two knife sets (six and five); carved pair of serving spoons (plated) and a bag of twenty four various pieces (large quantity) A selection of spoon sets and other flatwares comprising a carving set; two carved spoon sets (six in each); two knife sets (six and five); carved pair of serving spoons (plated) and a bag of twenty four various pieces (large quantity)
Lot Details
Five Victorian silver Old English pattern table forks
by Francis Higgins London 1876
Together with two fiddle-thread serving spoons, crested, London 1831, two George III Old English table forks, crested, London 1780-1785, two silver fiddle pattern teaspoons London 1820, three silver fiddle pattern mustard spoons, crested, London 1783-1785, two silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, crested, London 1831, two silver fiddle thread gravy spoons London 1818 and 1831, together with various other items of flatware, weight of weighable silver 31oz.
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  1. Sue Davies-lloyd
    Specialist - Silver
    Bonhams
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    New House
    Chester, CH3 5TD
    United Kingdom
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