SOLD - GEORGE III
The items below have been sold, and remain here for reference purposes only.
George III Silver & Ivory 'Pierced Feather' Fish Slice.
Made by Duncan Urquhart & Napthali Hart of London in 1809.
George III Silver Four Cup Egg Cruet.
Made by Samuel Hennell of London in 1812.
Goerge III Silver Compass.
Made in London in 1803.
George III Silver Pencil Holder.
Made by Samuel Pemberton of Birmingham, circa 1790.
George III Silver Cream Jug.
Made by Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Bult of London in 1808.
George III Silver Caddy Spoon.
Made by Cocks & Bettridge of Birmingham in 1809.
Irish Silver Sugar Tongs.
Made by Daniel Popkins of Dublin circa 1770.
George III Silver Salt Cellar.
Made by Robert Hennell I of London in 1777.
George III Newcastle Silver Wine Funnel.
Made by Ann Robertson of Newcastle, circa 1810.
Portuguese .958 Silver Basket.
Made by DCBC, circa 1816-28.
George III Silver Snuff Box.
Made by John Shaw of Birmingham in 1803
York Silver Meat Skewer.
Made circa 1790.
Six Irish Silver Tablespoons.
Made by Joseph Gibson of Cork, circa 1790.
George III Silver 'Swordfish' Fish Slice.
Made by William Eley & William Fearn of London in 1815.
George III Silver Meat Skewer.
Made by William Sumner of London in 1802.
George III Silver & Coral Baby's Rattle.
Made by Joseph Willmore of Birmingham, circa 1820.
George III Silver Catheter.
Made by Charles Watts of London in 1800
Georgian silver tooth polisher.
Made 1810 (not marked).
George III Silver 'Recordanza' Snuff Box.
Made by Matthew Linwood of Birmingham in 1808
George III Silver 'Soy' Sauce Label.
Made by T. Phipps & E. Robinson of London, circa 1790.
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