A set of five George III silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, Thomas Dicks, 1813, and another similar, and the following silver, thirteen various George III and later tea and condiment spoons, two napkin rings, pair of Whiskey and Sherry labels, Roberts & Belk, Commemorating The Queens Silver Jubilee 1977, mounted glass match holder/striker, pepperette, mounted glass dressing table box, and an Edwardian miniature trough, Birmingham 1904, 14ozs weighable.
Lot 272
A set of five George III silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, Thomas Dicks, 1813, and another similar, and the following silver, thirteen various George III and later tea and condiment spoons, two napkin rings, pair of Whiskey and Sherry labels, Roberts & Belk, Commemorating The Queens Silver Jubilee 1977, mounted glass match holder/striker, pepperette, mounted glass dressing table box, and an Edwardian miniature trough, Birmingham 1904, 14ozs weighable.
Sold for £275 (US$ 461) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art & Antiques
Oxford
20 Feb 2013 10:00 GMT

Auction 20679
Lot Details
A set of five George III silver fiddle pattern teaspoons,

Thomas Dicks, 1813, and another similar, and the following silver, thirteen various George III and later tea and condiment spoons, two napkin rings, pair of Whiskey and Sherry labels, Roberts & Belk, Commemorating The Queens Silver Jubilee 1977, mounted glass match holder/striker, pepperette, mounted glass dressing table box, and an Edwardian miniature trough, Birmingham 1904, 14ozs weighable.
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  1. Frances Robinson
    Specialist - Miscellaneous
    Bonhams
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    Banbury Road
    Oxford, OX5 1JH
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 1865 853 662
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