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George III Eley & Fearn sterling silver berry spoon The Georgian berry spoon with repousse bowl and chased handle. Marks for William Eley and William Fearn,...


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  • George III Eley & Fearn sterling silver berry
    spoon The Georgian berry spoon with repousse bowl and chased handle. Marks for William Eley and William Fearn, London, 1783. Total weight is approximately 1.8oz. 8 3/4"L. ... [more like this]
  • ESTATE COLLECTION OF AMERICAN & ENGLISH STERLING:
    Approx. 20 assorted serving and flatware pieces with highlight to include 1814 Eley & Fearn serving spoon Whiting cake/pie server Frank Smith berry spoon and more. Approx. ... [more like this]
  • A SET OF SEVEN SHELL AND THREAD PATTERN HANDLED
    TABLE KNIVES, six side knives and a Georgian silver berry spoon, 1801 by Eley & Fearn; a silver plated oval shaped tray with pierced sides; a silver photo frame; and two plated ... [more like this]
  • A matched pair of George III silver berry
    spoons, with silver gilt bowls and later engraved handles, London 1801/2, one bearing maker's mark for William Eley & William Fearn, 3 oz ... [more like this]
  • WILLIAM ELEY & WILLIAM FEARN, LONDON, 1802
    Two English silver berry spoons, "Old English" pattern, engraved handles and chased bowls with fruits. Length 8 3/4 inches, weight 4.75 troy ounces. Estimate: 150.00 - 250.00 ... [more like this]
  • Two English Silver Berry Spoons London 1813
    comprising a Thomas Wallis II & Jonathan Hayne example and a William Eley William Fearn & William Chawner example; approximate total weight 3.95 ozt. Length of first 8 5/8 ... [more like this]
  • Assemblage of Georgian Silver Spoons and
    a Silver Basket: a Silver Basket. comprising: silver sugar basket, John Reily, London, 1795, length: 6 5/8 in. ; weight: 10. 3 ozt. ; a ladle, George Smith, London 1799, ... [more like this]
  • Group of four George III sterling silver
    serving pieces various dates and makers Comprising a stuffing spoon by Peter & William Bateman, London, 1812; a marrow scoop by William Eley & William Fearn, London, ... [more like this]
  • A group of English silver Comprising: pair
    of octagonal salt cellar frames with molded glass liners, Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield, 1841, (losses), width 3in.; a Georgian pap boat with rub marks and erasure; ... [more like this]
  • A GEORGE III SILVER LADLE by William Eley
    & William Fearn, London 1802; a George III wine funnel, London 1790; two early Georgian dessert spoons, 1717 and 1725; later embossed and engraved with berries and foliage; ... [more like this]
  • 18th and 19th C. English sterling: pair of
    columnar candlesticks, John Green & Co., Sheffield, 1794-1795; serving spoon, William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1797-1798; gravy ladle, London, 1809-1810; serving spoon, ... [more like this]
  • An English, Scottish and French silver flatware
    group Comprising: reproduction anointing spoon, Elkington & Co., Ltd., London, 1902, length: 10in; berry spoon from a Georgian Old English tablespoon; 2 Fiddle dessert ... [more like this]

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