Lot 76

Thirteen pieces of George III and later silver flatware, comprising twelve old English pattern teaspoons: five various George III teaspoons, largest Solomon Hougham, London 1811, 12.7cm long, smallest Peter & William Bateman, London 1805, 11.8cm long, a Victorian teaspoon,Charles Boyton (I), London 1840, 13.5cm long, a set of six Victorian teaspoons, with indistinct monogram to each finial, Charles Boyton (II) London 1893, 13cm long, and a small butter knife, 'H' engraved upon its finial, J & R Griffin (Joseph & Richard Griffin), Birmingham 1906, 10cm long, 5.9toz overall. (1 bag)
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Final Entries: 30th October

Afternoon / Evening - Specialist Quarterly Sale including antique and modern jewellery, collectable and vintage watches, costume jewellery, antique and modern silver and gold, objects of vertu, coins and tokens.

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