Lot 11    

Georgian Sterling Forks
5/19/2012 - Spring Fine and Decorative Art
London, England, ca 1775-1895. Seven dessert forks and twelve dinner forks, all marked for London, Sterling. The dessert forks marked GS/WF for George Smith III and William Fearn, dated 1790; eleven dinner forks marked AL for August Lesage, dated 1775; and one dinner fork marked GA for George William Adams, dated 1875; longest lg. 7.75 in., silver wt. 34.83ozt (1083.5g).

Condition:  
Some oxidation on the dinner forks.
Sold: $940.00
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