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Sale IN211 Lot 652

Ten Georgian Sterling Silver Serving Pieces

including London pieces:
an "Old English" tablespoon, 1764-1765, by Thomas & William Chawner, later reworked as a berry spoon, l. 8-5/8";
a mechanical serving spade, 1796-1797, by William Eley, with threaded handle and pierced blades, l. 12-1/4";
a serving spade, 1801-1802, by John Shekleton, with pierced blade and bone handle, l. 10-3/4";
a pair of "Fiddle" sauce ladles, 1806-1807, by William Eley & William Fearn, engraved with a crest of a coquille, l. 7"; and
a pair of "Fiddle" sauce ladles, 1833-1834, by William Chawner, l. 7-1/4";
with Newcastle pieces by Dorothy Laglands, ca. 1805-1813:
Bow-style sugar tongs, bright-cut and with wrigglework, monogrammed "A/I*H", l. 5-3/4"; and
a pair of "Old English" sauce ladles, l. 7".
26.01 total t. oz. (including serving spade handles)

Provenance: The Collection of the Late Dr. E. Ralph Lupin, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Estimate $500-800

Sold for $531
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