Lot 14    

George III Sterling Spoons and Ladle
5/19/2012 - Spring Fine and Decorative Art
London, England, ca 1767-1814. Fifteen pieces of sterling silver flatware, all marked for London and Sterling. Includes one sauce ladle with hallmarks TW for Thomas Wallis II, dated 1790; four teaspoons with hallmarks TW, three dated 1809 and one dated 1802; two teaspoons with hallmarks SH for Solomon Hougham, dated 1804; two teaspoons with hallmarks TW/JH for Thomas Wallis and Jonathan Hayne, dated 1814; two teaspoons with hallmarks GS/WF for George Smith III and William Fearn, dated 1809; one teaspoon with hallmarks CW, dated 1790; one teaspoon with illegible hallmarks, dated 1767; and two teaspoons dated 1814; longest lg. 7.5 in., silver wt. 15.70ozt (488.5g).

Condition:  
Monogrammed.
Sold: $411.25
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