Five Georgian Sterling Silver Serving Pieces, three London: a stuffing spoon with an engraved monogram to each side of the terminal, 1774-75, William Fearn, maker; a stuffing spoon with an engraved armorial, 1801-02, William Sumner, maker; and a pierced fish slice with an engraved armorial, 1805-06, maker's mark "W.E" possibly for William Eaton; and two Dublin: a straining spoon with an engraved armorial, 1816-17, Richard Whitford, maker, Matthew West, retailer; and a large serving spoon, 1825-26, Charles Mason, maker, approx. 19.5 troy oz. total.
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