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GEORGIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER SERVING UTENSILS, LOT OF FOUR

GEORGIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER SERVING UTENSILS, LOT OF FOUR

Item Description:

GEORGIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER SERVING UTENSILS, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a fish server by Thomas Wallis II & Jonathan Hayne with 1818 date mark, a tong server by William Eley & William Fearn with 1805 date mark, a toddy ladle having a wooden handle by Thomas Morley with a worn date mark, and asparagus tongs with worn marks. Each piece with a lion passant hallmark for sterling fineness, three with crowned leopard's head city marks for London, fish and tong server with visible King George III duty marks. Total weight excluding toddy ladle: 15.445 ozt. Late 18th/early 19th century.

Condition:

Very good to fine overall condition with some wear and surface scratches; fish server with a repair to the backside of the handle terminal; toddy ladle with some denting to bowl.

Provenance:

From the estate of Commander Buryl and Nelwyn Kay, McLean, VA.

Dimensions:

10 1/2" to 14 5/8" L.

AUCTION
$ 150.00 ( Low est. )
Lot 1503 in 37th Semi-Annual Americana & Fine Antiques Auction - Day Two
AUCTION DATE: Nov 16, 2019 at 9:30am EST

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