Lot 30

A group of Georgian and later silver pieces of flatware, comprising a George II silver three tined fork, Paul Hanet, London circa 1730, marks rubbed, early Georgian silver Hanoverian rat tail teaspoon, circa 1725, marks indistinct, a Hanoverian picture back Lenten tea spoon with wheat-sheaf below the word 'LENT', makers mark indistinct, possibly David Willaume II, London 1742, two pairs of George III silver sugar nips, both Thomas Wallis II, London 1799 and 1800, a George III silver dessert spoon, bright cut engraved, Thomas Chawner, London 1774, a Regency silver caddy shovel spoon with bone handle, Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1817, a Victorian silver pickle fork with mother of pearl handle, Gough & Silvester (William Gough), Birmingham 1864, and an Edwardian silver butter knife, James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin), Sheffield 1903, total weight 5.615toz. (9)
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