Live Auction, 15 October 2018

A set of eight Cape silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, William Moore, mid-19th century
Lot 280

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R 10 000 - 12 000
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A set of eight Cape silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, William Moore, mid-19th century


355g all in; a Cape silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoon, Johannes Jacobus Heegers, early 19th century, the terminal engraved with the initials ‘TB’, 40g; two Cape silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, Lawrence Holme Twentyman, early 19th century, each terminal engraved with the initials ‘AT’  and ‘EP’, 75g all in; and a Cape silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoon, Johannes Marthinus Lotter, mid-19th century, the terminal engraved with the initials ‘EWH’, 35g

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