Lot Number : 6002

  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives
  • George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London.  The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.  The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent.  69oz excluding knives

George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London. The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner. The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent. 69oz excluding knives

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