A group of English silver serving flatware; marrow scoops, mote spoons etc.
Lot 7217
An assembled group of British sterling silver serving flatware by various makers, 18th/19th century
Sold for US$ 1,187 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
An assembled group of British sterling silver serving flatware
by various makers, 18th/19th century
Comprising: 1 Scottish Regency fish server, Edinburgh, 1815, monogrammed "GEB" (length 12 1/2in); 1 George III straining spoon, Peter & Ann Bateman, London, 1797, monogrammed "D" (length 11 3/4in); 1 George II marrow scoop, John Gorham, London, 1755, with crest to reverse; 1 George I Britannia marrow scoop, George Williaume; 1 other smaller marrow scoop, monogrammed "H"; 1 Georgian mote spoon; 1 George III sugar sifter ladle, George Smith (III) & William Fearn, London, 1787, monogrammed "JRG"; 1 George II meat skewer, John Harvey I, London (length 13in); 1 basting spoon, possibly Chinese Export, monogrammed "AC"; together with 1 American coin silver soup ladle, Amable Brasier, Philadelphia, circa 1810, monogrammed "JMP", total weight approximately 29 oz troy (10) .
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