SOLD! for $3,200.00.
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- High Estimate: $2,400.00
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English George IlI sterling silver assembled flatware partial service, 60 pieces circa 1795-96, plus 24 undated knives and 6 additional 20th century spoons, 90 pieces total. Includes: 12 table or dinner forks, hallmarks for various makers including six (6) George Smith III and William Fearn, four (4) Richard Crossley, one (1) Thomas Northcote, and one (1) illegible, London, 1795-96. 8" L; 12 salad or dessert forks, hallmarks for various makers including seven (7) William Southey, three (3) partially illegible, possibly Richard Crossley, and two (2) illegible, London, 1796. 6 1/4" L; 12 teaspoons, hallmarks for various makers including seven (7) Thomas Shepard, two (2) William Eley and William Fearn, one (1) Solomon Houghham, one (1) James Wintle or Joseph Wilson, and one (1) George Smith, London, 1796. 5 1/2" L; 12 dessert or oval soup spoons, hallmarks for various makers including six (6) Richard Crossley and six (6) George Smith, London, 1796. 6 3/4" L; 12 tablespoons, hallmarks for Richard Crossley, London, 1796. 8 3/4" L; 12 dinner knives (10 3/8"L) and 12 dessert knives (8 1/2"L) with reeded handles, hallmarked with lion, monarch and MB in rectangle, possibly Matthew Boulton or Michael Bock, no city or date mark (note: marks on smaller knives are very hard to read). Also included are six (6) 20th century rat tail teaspoons with mid rib handles, all with 20th century hallmarks for Sheffield makers including three (3) attributed to John Turton and Company (1936-1939); two (2) marked for Walker and Hall (1905-06 and 1924-25), and one (1) attributed to Atkins Brothers (1943-44). 5 1/4" L. All housed in a large, fitted wooden case. Includes keys. Case 8 1/2" H x 21" W x 15" D. 82.860 total weighable troy ounces. The Estate of James W. Perkins, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: Marks on dessert knives are very worn. All items in overall good condition with normal surface wear. Expected wear to case.