Large assembled Georgian silver flatware service for eighteen in the Kings pattern, ca. 1825, to include eighteen teaspoons by Charles Eley and William Elliot, eighteen tablespoons by Charles Eley, seventeen dessert spoons by William Chawner and William Elliott, seventeen dessert forks by William Chawner, J. Smith, William Hughes, and Edward Twycross, eighteen table forks by Charles Eley, eighteen table knives by William Elliott, eighteen dessert knives by A. Hadfield, four serving spoons by Charles Eley, a soup ladle by Charles Eley, asparagus tongs by Charles Eley, a fish slice by Charles Eley, two sauce ladles by R. Peppin, two pairs of carvers marked 1821, a butter knife by Charles Eley, a tart server by Eley, Fern & Chawner, eight individual butter knives with sterling handles, and a single tablespoon marked sterling, approx. 294 ozt. Provenance: Shrubsole, June 1971; Collection of Baron de Blaquiere, Ireland; Freeman of London 1928; The Collection of Mr. & Mrs. George P. Bissell, Jr.
Parts: Invoice from Shrubsole dated June 10, 1971. Condition not examined.
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