Lot 16

A small group of George III and later silver items, comprising a pair of George III silver teaspoons, rubbed maker's marks, possibly George Gray, London 1798, 12cm, a Victorian pepperette in the form of a tankard, rubbed maker's marks, London 1896, 5cm, a cased pair of napkin rings with bright cut decoration, rubbed marks, probably George Unite, a pair of sugar tongs, London 1898, a decorative teaspoon, Charles Edwards, London 1896, two Victorian teaspoons with shell form terminals, 14.5cm, an Edwardian Scottish pickle fork with amber coloured glass thistle terminal, 12cm, and a cased set of silver handled pistol grip butter knives, Robert Pringle & Sons, Sheffield 1914, 16.5cm, combined total weighable silver 5.2toz. (1 bag)
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