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A group of assorted London silver flatware. Includes: 1 Stuffing or Basting spoon, marks for Richard Crossley and George Smith, 1810, 12 1/2"L; 1 Berry Spoon with repousse gilt bowl, marks for Edward Lees, 1804; 4 table spoons with marks for Solomon Hougham or Samuel Hayne (1808), Robert Rutland (1823), Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater (1845) and an illegible maker (1838); 1 dinner fork, Mary Chawner (1838); 1 cold meat fork, George W. Adams (1854); 2 pairs bright-cut engraved sugar tongs with marks for George Smith III and William Fearn (circa 1800) and Walter Brind (1823); 1 teaspoon marked for Walter Brind (1814); 1 tea caddy spoon marked for William Eaton, 1825; 2 salt or condiment ladles marked for William Sumner, 1790 and 1792; and 4 demitasse spoons with shell bowls, James Wakley and Frank Wheeler, 1886. 18 pcs total. Combined weight: 26.9 oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Bill Zarnon, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Condition: Some wear to gilt on items with gilded bowls, most monogrammed with minor wear. Overall all items in very good condition. CONDITION: Some wear to gilt on items with gilded bowls, most monogrammed with minor wear. Overall all items in very good condition.