A pair of George III  silver shoe buckles possibly by John Preedy, London 1802, together with a quantity of other George III show buckles (41)
Lot 21
A pair of George III silver shoe buckles possibly by John Preedy, London 1802, together with a quantity of other George III show buckles (41)
Sold for £1,000 (US$ 1,600) inc. premium

Lot Details
A pair of George III  silver shoe buckles possibly by John Preedy, London 1802, together with a quantity of other George III show buckles (41) A pair of George III  silver shoe buckles possibly by John Preedy, London 1802, together with a quantity of other George III show buckles (41)
A pair of George III silver shoe buckles
possibly by John Preedy, London 1802
The rounded rectangular rings plain with beaded borders, length 6.7cm; together with a quantity of other George III silver buckles comprising, a pair, probably by John Lias, London 1806, rectangular reeded rings, length 6.4cm, a pair, probably by William Blood or William Bird, London 1800, the rounded rectangular rings similarly decorated, length 6.4cm; another with pierced and beaded oval rings with flowerhead motifs, length 5.9cm, and a forth with pierced floral swags within zig-zag engraved rings, length 5.9cm, another example, lion passant only, circa 1760-70, the ring engraved with leaves and cross-hatching, length 5.7; together with five single shoe buckles, the first, maker's mark 'T.L', circa 1770, with shaped rectangular reeded ring and engraved with flowerheads and leaves, length 6.7cm, the second, circa 1760-70, with oval ring, similarly decorated, length 5.7cm, the third, possibly by Joseph Sutton, circa 1770, rounded-rectangular ring, length 7.2cm, the fourth, by George Smith & Thomas Hayter, London 1797, length 6.8cm and the fifth a later brass example, length 6.4cm, a pair of Britannia metal buckles, circa 1777, length 9.2cm, curve 4.7cm; together with a pair of steel shoe buckles, circa 1780-90, length 7.3cm, a single late-18th century Britannia metal example, with pierced rectangular ring and blue steel chape, length 8cm, curve 3cm, a steel 'jewel-cut' example, length 7.8cm, a pair of silk and beaded examples, stamped "AB", probably Victorian, with bar attachment, length 5.7cm, and a pair of Victorian steel cut and patent leather examples, length 7.6cm, curve 3.3cm, a pair of spring chape buckles, possibly by John Davis or John Davenport, London 1796, length 6.8cm; together with another three pairs with spring chapes, the first, probably by Edward Fairbrother, London 1798, rectangular rings with beaded floral embellishments, length 5.8cm, the second example, by Solomon Turvey & Thomas Hill, London 1791, spring chape missing, length 6.9cm, the final pair, probably by Charles Watts, London 1814, with gilt rectangular ropetwist rings, chape missing, length 6.4cm, a 'jewel-cut' pair, by Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1792, length 5.8cm; another pair, by Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1802, plain rectangular rings, length 7.2cm, a pair, maker's mark "GS", circa 1760, reeded oval rings, length 7cm, and three silver two-part breech or other small buckles, by Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1806, with one additional half, 1799. (41)
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