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Lot 8

A George III silver Fiddle pattern salad fork, William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1805
with six prongs, the terminal engraved with an armorial, 145g; a George III silver Old English pattern serving spoon, Stephen Adams I, London, 1811, the terminal engraved with the initial ‘H’, 125g; and a Victorian silver Fiddle pattern pickle fork, George William Adams, London, 1865, with five prongs, the terminal engraved with the initial ‘C’, 30g (3)

 Cape Town Office



Estimate: R 3 000 - 4 000 

This lot did not sell


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