Assorted Group of English Sterling Silver Flatware
- Sold for:
- European Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2754B
- Date / Time :
- October 11, 2014 10:00AM
Assorted Group of English Sterling Silver Flatware, seven London: mainly George III, including a hollow fish server with reticulated blade marked 1778-79, Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, pair of grape shears, London, 1811-12, lacking maker's mark, two-part fish server with an engraved armorial, 1813-14, by Thomas Wallis (II) & Jonathan Hayne, pierced fish server with an engraved armorial, 1813-14, by William & Samuel Knight, and a pierced fish server with an engraved armorial, 1818-19, by Richard Turner, two pieces of George IV flatware: a fish server with an engraved armorial, 1821-22, by Sarah & John William Blake, and a punch ladle, 1823-24, by Richard Pearce; and a Sheffield serving spoon, 1968-69; approx. 36.3 troy oz. total weighable silver; together with three pieces of silver-plated tableware: a William Hutton & Sons fish slice, Cooper Brothers stuffing spoon, and a dish cross with rubbed marks.
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