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Lot 9: A collection of George III and later silver caddy

Fine Jewellery, Silver and Objects of Vertu

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

November 28, 2012

London, United Kingdom

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Description: A collection of George III and later silver caddy spoons, comprising: an English provincial fiddle pattern example by John Osment, Exeter 1837, with an ovoid bowl; a George III shovel scoop by Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1807; a fiddle pattern example, probably by John Beebe, London 1820 (no town mark), with an ovoid bowl engraved with acorns, the handle with a monogram 'JAM'; a King's pattern with oblong bowl by George Unite, Birmingham 1839; an Old English bright-cut shell bowl by John McFerlan, London 1790; a plain Old English by George Wintle, London 1813 (no town mark); a fiddle pattern with an oval bowl by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1816; and a German cast example by Neresheimer, Hanau, import marked for London 1912 by Bertold Hermann Muller (8)

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