Lot 15    

Georgian Sterling Spoons
5/19/2012 - Spring Fine and Decorative Art
English and Scottish, ca 1795-1851. Eighteen sterling silver spoons, including two teaspoons marked for Sterling, dated 1795, and hallmarked SA; one teaspoon marked for Sterling, dated 1802, and hallmarked CB/TB for Christopher & Thomas Wilkes Barker; six teaspoons marked for Sterling, dated 1804, and hallmarked SA; six teaspoons marked for London, Sterling, dated 1824, and hallmarked WJ for William Johnson; one tablespoon marked for London, Sterling, dated 1834, and hallmarked TW; one teaspoon marked for London, Sterling, dated 1835, and hallmarked JW for John Whiting; and one tablespoon marked for Edinburgh, Sterling, dated 1851, and hallmarked J & WM James and William Marshall; largest lg. 9 in., silver wt. 11.61ozt (361g).
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