A George III fish slice by Peter, Anne and William Bateman, London 1804, the handle by another, Sheffield 1804
Lot 76
A George III fish slice by Peter, Anne and William Bateman, London 1804, the handle by another, Sheffield 1804
Sold for £275 (US$ 462) inc. premium
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A George III fish slice
by Peter, Anne and William Bateman, London 1804, the handle by another, Sheffield 1804
With a bright-cut blade, initialled, a George IV Queens pattern, with honeysuckle heel fish slice, by Charles Boyton, London 1829, with a pierced blade and a George III fiddle and thread pattern basting spoon, by Eley, Fern and Chawner, London 1812, crested.
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  1. Andrew Spicer
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  2. Sue Davies-lloyd
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    Bonhams
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