Price

£3000.00

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A George V Boxed Hanoverian-rat-tail pattern Canteen of Silver Cutlery, all same date and maker and engraved with a family crest, the Spoons with raised front ribs and rat-tail bowls, the forks with three pronged tines, consisting of:-

12 Table Spoons, 12 Dessert Spoons, 12 Table Forks, 12 Desert Forks, 16 Coffee Spoons, 5 Tea Spoons, 2 Sauce Ladles, 4 Salt Spoons, 1 Butter Knife, 12 Table Knives with steel blades and bone handles, 12 Dessert Knives, 2 Pairs of Carving Knives & Forks, 1 Knife Sharpener (105).

The canteen is presented in its original fitted oak box with two gate legs to the front and brass fittings and handles, a vacant shield shaped cartouche to the lid.

By Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield 1927.

Weighable: 106.4 Troy Ounces.

The crest of two dolphins haurient addorsed, is that of several families.

Weight

3309.00 Grams (106.39 troy ounces)

Price

£3000.00

Condition report

In good condition

Stock number

RK110522
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  • Members are elected for their knowledge, integrity and quality of stock
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  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
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