South African & International Art, Decorative Arts, Jewellery and Books

Online-Only Auction, 15 - 22 February 2016

Decorative Arts, Furniture, Jewellery and Silver

Sold for

ZAR 7 612
Lot 335
  • Eighteen Irish Fiddle pattern spoons, various makers, Dublin, 1804-1834
  • Eighteen Irish Fiddle pattern spoons, various makers, Dublin, 1804-1834


Lot Estimate
ZAR 5 000 - 7 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium & VAT
ZAR 7 612

About this Item

Eighteen Irish Fiddle pattern spoons, various makers, Dublin, 1804-1834

eight terminals variously engraved, comprising: six dinner spoons and twelve dessert spoons, 860g all in

(18)

Notes

George III dinner spoons: 435g all in

four: Samuel Neville, Dublin, 1805

two: William Ward, Dublin, 1805

Dessert spoons: 425g all in

six George III: Samuel Neville, Dublin, 1804

six William IV: James Brady, Dublin, 1834, also stamped 'NEILL', the bowls with rat-tail to the reverse



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