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Georgian and Victorian Sterling Forks and Teaspoons

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Georgian and Victorian Sterling Forks and Teaspoons

Lot 919011 Details

Description
Forks: a pair, London, 1837, John Lias and Henry Lias; a pair, London, 1837, appears to be Mary Chawner, but only one fork has a partially visible maker's mark; a pair, London, 1862, Elizabeth and John Eaton; an example with sterling hollow handle and silver plate tines, Sheffield, 1925, Kirby Beard Ltd. Teaspoons: an example that appears to be marked for London, 1789, Thomas Wallis, however the city mark is not visible; a pair, appears to be marked for London, 1820, but the city mark is not visible, also marked "IB", possibly James Bult; a set of four, London, 1824, James Beebe; London, 1826, marked "WS", probably William Stroud; London, 1831, Jonathan Hayne; a pair, London, 1835, appear to marked for David Phillips; London, 1837, appears to be marked for Charles Eley, however the mark is only partially visible; Exeter, 1840, John Stone; a set of three, London, 1846, James Beebe; Newcastle, 1846, Reid and Son; a set of five, Exeter, 1850, Robert, James & Josiah Williams; London, 1865, Hyam Hyams; Chester, 1839, John Sutter; a King's pattern example, Glasgow, 1881, Thomas Smith & Son. All pieces except the hollow handle example are monogrammed or crested. There are a total of thirty-two pieces in this lot.

Dimensions: From 5" to 8 1/4" in length. The total combined approximate weight, excluding the hollow handle fork, is 30 troy ounces.
Condition
The Wallis, Bult, one Beebe, Hayne, both Phillips, Reid, Stone, Sutter, and the Kirby Beard examples have dings. Otherwise good with expected wear.
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Georgian and Victorian Sterling Forks and Teaspoons

Estimate $600 - $700
Sep 16, 2019
Starting Price $250
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919011: Georgian and Victorian Sterling Forks and Teaspoons

Sold for $375
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Est. $600 - $700Starting Price $250
Locati, LLC September 2019 ONLINE AUCTION
Mon, Sep 16, 2019 12:00 PM
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Lot 919011 Details

Description
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Forks: a pair, London, 1837, John Lias and Henry Lias; a pair, London, 1837, appears to be Mary Chawner, but only one fork has a partially visible maker's mark; a pair, London, 1862, Elizabeth and John Eaton; an example with sterling hollow handle and silver plate tines, Sheffield, 1925, Kirby Beard Ltd. Teaspoons: an example that appears to be marked for London, 1789, Thomas Wallis, however the city mark is not visible; a pair, appears to be marked for London, 1820, but the city mark is not visible, also marked "IB", possibly James Bult; a set of four, London, 1824, James Beebe; London, 1826, marked "WS", probably William Stroud; London, 1831, Jonathan Hayne; a pair, London, 1835, appear to marked for David Phillips; London, 1837, appears to be marked for Charles Eley, however the mark is only partially visible; Exeter, 1840, John Stone; a set of three, London, 1846, James Beebe; Newcastle, 1846, Reid and Son; a set of five, Exeter, 1850, Robert, James & Josiah Williams; London, 1865, Hyam Hyams; Chester, 1839, John Sutter; a King's pattern example, Glasgow, 1881, Thomas Smith & Son. All pieces except the hollow handle example are monogrammed or crested. There are a total of thirty-two pieces in this lot.

Dimensions: From 5" to 8 1/4" in length. The total combined approximate weight, excluding the hollow handle fork, is 30 troy ounces.
Condition
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The Wallis, Bult, one Beebe, Hayne, both Phillips, Reid, Stone, Sutter, and the Kirby Beard examples have dings. Otherwise good with expected wear.

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