by George Nangle, Dublin 1807
Fiddle pattern, slender stems and rectangular blades, length 28.5cm, three bright engraved table spoons, by Michael Keating, Dublin 1782, crested, another two matched, four Fiddle pattern table spoons, by Barber Cattle & North, York 1825, initialled, a Scottish silver Fiddle pattern fish slice, Edinburgh 1817, shaped blade with pierced scrolls, other Fiddle pattern flatware, various dates and maker's, comprising: five Fiddle pattern table forks, London 1839 / 1840, an Irish example, one table spoon, eleven dessert forks, six dessert spoons, by Charles Boyton, London 1891, another six dessert spoons, other flatware, including: two Coburg pattern dessert forks, by George Adams, London 1842, three King's pattern spoons, thirty four varying tea and coffee spoons, three condiment spoons, two sugar tongs, a straining ladle, ten silver and ivory handle dessert knives, by Moses Brent, London 1807, crested, six small pistol grip handle butter knives, Sheffield 1901, plated blades, another set of six fruit knives, plated blades, eight table knives, by T Bradbury & Son, Sheffield 1929, ornate handles and steel blades, together with a Danish silver serving / pastry slice and a silver Strawberry serving spoon, by Tiffany & Co, marked STERLING, weight excluding all knives 110oz. (Qty)
- Please note the four York Fiddle pattern table spoons, should read table forks.
The Tiffany serving spoon in this lot is illustrated on page 26 in the catalogue below the pair of fish servers.