Lot 45

A group of George III, comprising a teaspoon, Thomas Wallis II, London 1798, 13.5cm long, a tea caddy spoon with bright cut decoration, with 'EMJ' monogram, London 1793, 8cm long, a leaf form caddy spoon, John Lias, London, 1796, 7.5cm long, an early 20th century mustard pot with blue glass liner, rubbed military inscription and hallmarks, 9.8 by 4.5 by 7cm high, and three Edward VII and later silver spoons: an ornate teaspoon with twisted handle and profuse engraved decorations, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1901; one with a dog portrait to its finial, J A Restall & Co, Birmingham 1932, 9.1cm long, and another teaspoon, James Dixon & Sons Ltd. Sheffield 1920, 11.8cm long, 5toz of weighable silver. (1 bag)
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Final Entries: 30th October

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