Lot 29

Three cased sets of George IV and Victorian silver flatware, comprising a George IV cased associated set of Queens pattern christening flatware, with silver blade and filled handle butter knife, 15.5cm long and a spoon with filled handle, 15.1cm long, John Thropp, Birmingham 1827, and white metal pickle fork, together with a cased set of six old English pattern teaspoons each monogram engraved, (possibly 'J'), 10.1cm long, with sugar tongs 9.5cm long, William Hutton & Sons, London 1886, and a cased set of six Hanoverian teapsoons, each with bright cut decoration and an engraved initial 'J', 10.5cm long, with rubbed maker's marks, London 1887, overall 4.2toz of weighable silver. (1 bag)
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