A group of seven English sterling silver serving pieces, mostly Georgian
Lot 8023
An assembled group of seven British sterling silver serving pieces late 18th / first half 19th century
Sold for US$ 1,062 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
An assembled group of seven British sterling silver serving pieces
late 18th / first half 19th century
Most 'Old English' comprising: a pair of Irish Georgian spoons with bright cut decoration and crest, John Shiels, Dublin, 1768 (length 12in); a George III spoon, with Prince of Wales crest, (later added pierced top), Richard Crossley, London, 1800; A George III spoon, with crest, Peter & Ann Bateman, London, 1792; a Regency 'Fiddle' spoon, monogrammed "C", William Elliott, London, 1816; a George III marrow scoop, with crest to reverse, maker's mark rubbed, London, 1793; and a pair of George IV sugar tongs, George Piercy, London, 1825, total weight approximately 21 oz troy .
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