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Lot 283Group of Nine English Sterling Silver Serving Pieces
18th/19th Century, various makers
Comprising a soup ladle, asparagus tongs, two fish servers, serving fork, two berry spoons and two sauce ladles. Total approximately 35 ounces.

Sold for $1,250
Estimate $600-800

soup ladle - Joshua Buckton, Dublin, 1822 - dent to handle
asparagus tongs - Henry Chawner, London, 1794 - good
pair fish servers - George Adams, London, 1859/1861 - good with light surface scratching as expected from use, each with heraldic crest
serving fork - George Adams, London, 1847 - good
berry spoon - William Chawner, London, 1828 - gilt bowl
berry spoon - George Adams, London, 1852 - good, engraved with coronet
sauce ladle - Richard Crossley, London, 1795 - good, initial "P"
sauce ladle - I Clark - gilt bowl, initial "T"

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