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  • George V Silver Flatware Engraved with the
    Crest of Douglas and the Motto 'Forward': Crest of Douglas and the Motto 'Forward' Mark of Charles & Richard Comyns, London, 1924 or mark of Richard Comyns, London, 1928. ... [more like this]
  • GEORGE V STERLING FLATWARE SERVICE1931 Mappin
    & Webb, Sheffield comprising 8 fish forks (7 1/4 inches long); 8 fish knives (8 1/4 inches long), one knife sharpener (12 3/4 inches long); one carving fork (10 1/4 inches ... [more like this]
  • A quantity of George V silver flatware, decorated
    in the Old English pattern, comprising six serving spoons, six table forks, nine dessert forks and twelve dessert spoons, 64.84oz. ... [more like this]
  • George V Silver Flatware Service: Marked
    London, 1913, maker's mark indistinct; engraved with crest. Comprising: Sixteen dinner knives with steel blades and filled handles Sixteen lunch knives with steel blades ... [more like this]
  • A George V silver canteen of flatware for
    twelve persons in the Old English pattern, comprising; twelve table knives, twelve table forks, twelve dessert knives, twenty four desert forks, twelve cheese knives, twelve ... [more like this]
  • George V silver sugar castor, with flame
    finial, reeded waist on round base, Birmingham, 1931, a George V silver sauce boat with shaped rim scrolling handle on three applied shell moulded support with pad feet, Birmingham, ... [more like this]
  • A part canteen of George V silver Old English
    pattern flatware comprising ninety items Thomas of New Bond Street London 1931 together with fifty four bone handled knives of varying sizes and makers two carving forks and ... [more like this]
  • Thirty-six Pieces of Assorted George V Sterling
    Silver Flatware, London, 1911-13, Lionel Alfred Crichton, maker, all with various monograms, twenty-four pieces with hollow pistol-grip handles and sterling silver blades ... [more like this]
  • A set of six George V silver coffee spoons,
    seal top, by Friedman & Gottliffe Ltd, Chester 1921, a cased silver christening spoon and fork, a pierced silver bonbon dish, several items of small flatware including two ... [more like this]
  • Good Twenty-Eight-Piece George V Sterling
    Silver Gilt Dessert Service, hallmarked London, 1928-1929, by Crichton Brothers, in the traditional "Elizabethan" pattern, including fourteen dessert forks, l. 7", and fourteen ... [more like this]
  • Cased George V Sterling and Ivory-Handled
    Flatware Serving Set, Sheffield, 1912, Brs. Ltd., retailed by Lockwood Brothers, comprising small and large two-piece carving sets (fork and knife), a steel, a fish fork, ... [more like this]
  • A group of silver items Including: George
    V silver octagonal hot water jug with wrapped handle, Birmingham, 1931; porringer, Liberty & Co., Birmingham, 1916; together with 21 pcs. English and Scottish assorted ... [more like this]
  • George V Sterling Silver Flatware Service,
    London, 1912-13, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., maker, twenty-three each: dinner forks, luncheon forks and dinner knives with hollow pistol-grip handles and stainless steel blades; ... [more like this]
  • A George V silver mounted and cranberry glass
    spherical match striker 2.25ins high Birmingham 1928 a silver Sovereign case with engine turned decoration 2.25ins x 1.25ins Chester (hallmarks rubbed) two small silvery metal ... [more like this]
  • Forty-two Pieces of George V Sterling Silver
    Flatware, London, 1920-21, Lionel Alfred Crichton, maker, each with an engraved armorial to terminal, comprised of twelve each: forks, luncheon forks, and spoons; and seven ... [more like this]
  • A George V silver card tray of small proportion,
    with Chippendale pattern rim, raised on three scroll feet, 10cm diameter, marks for H. H. Plante, London, 1931, and a selection of Georgian and later tea spoons and other ... [more like this]
  • A George V silver caddy spoon by Mappin and
    Webb, with an oval bowl, the handle peirced with foliate scrolls, Sheffield 1928, 2½"; sundry flatware ... [more like this]
  • A group of silver flatware and table articles
    20th century Comprising sterling and Continental silver including 1 Allan Adler soup ladle (length: 10 in.) and 1 cocktail fork a Sandborn's 2 piece salad serving set (length ... [more like this]
  • Eight Assorted Silver Flatware Items, comprising:
    a pair of J.C. Farr coin silver sugar tongs with shell-form nips, a pair of George III sugar tongs, London, 1807, a pair of Georgian scissor-form sugar tongs, a pair of goldwashed ... [more like this]
  • GROUP OF SCOTTISH AND BRITISH SILVER FLATWARE,
    VARIOUS MAKERS, EARLY NINETEENTH AND EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY. Comprising a set of three George III spoons, Mitchell & Russel, Edinburgh, 1813-14; a pair of George III Hanoverian ... [more like this]

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