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Silver & Objects of Vertu

 
Lot 398
 

A George III sterling silver straining spoon, London 1805 by William Eley and William Fearn

A George III sterling silver straining spoon, London 1805 by William Eley and William Fearn

Old English pattern, engraved with a crest of out of a ducal coronet and an elephant’s head. The bowl with an affixed central straining section. Fully marked. Together with a pair of George III sterling silver asparagus tongs, London 1817 by William Eley and William Fearn, Fiddle pattern engraved with a crest of a crossbow. (2)

Spoon length – 30.3 cm / 12 inches

Weight – 322 grams / 10.35 ozt

The straining spoon crest is for Betham, Bethome, Kirby, Knowles, Knowlys, Kyrby, Pelley, Pelly, Sanders, Villettes

The asparagus tongs crest is for Peers, Cornwall

Sold for £300

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