Georgian Sterling Ladles, Servers and Sugar Tongs, Plus

English, early 19th century. An assembled group of seven pieces of Georgian sterling silver serving pieces all marked for London, including two punch ladles, one dated 1805 and with maker's mark TB for Thomas Barker, the other dated 1805 and with maker's mark RC for Richard Crossley, a fish slice dated 1815 and with maker's mark WE/WF for William Eley & William Fearn, two serving spoons, one dated 1832 and with obscured maker's mark, the other dated 1804 and with maker's mark W.S, and two pairs of bright-cut sugar tongs, one with date mark obscured and maker's mark IL/IR, the other dated 1815 and with maker's mark AB/GB for Alice & George Burrows, PLUS a pair of sugar tongs with obscured marks; (longest ladle) lg. 13 in., total silver wt. 24.83ozt (772.5g).



Surface wear consistent with age and use. 

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Estimate: $250 - $500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium


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