Lot 8    

Georgian Gold Washed Sterling Forks
5/19/2012 - Spring Fine and Decorative Art
England, ca 1762-1785. Twelve gold washed sterling silver three-tined dinner forks by various makers, three marked for London and sterling, including one dated 1776; one dated 1782, with hallmarks "G.S." for George Smith III; one dated 1785, with hallmarks for George Smith III; one with illegible hallmarks and dated 1762; and the remaining eight with illegible hallmarks; lg. 7.5 in., silver wt. 22.90ozt (712.5g).

Condition:  
Slight wear to gold wash.
Sold: $587.50
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