M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
 

 

SET OF EARLY GEORGE III SILVER-GILT HANOVERIAN DESSERT TABLE SILVER

William Turner, London, 1767

 

 

 

A partial service, in the Hanoverian pattern with upturned terminal,

each by William Turner of the same date, silver-gilt and crested en suite with a greyhound courant;

consisting of six dessert spoons and four 3-tine dessert forks

 

Provenance : Upon Request

 

Condition : Excellent with crisp marks, good bowls and full length tines; ; one bowl with a tiny nick to the side;

heavy gauge silver; oversized images below for inspection

 

6” Long (Forks & Spoons) / 9.3 oz.

 

SOLD

   

#6872

 

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See Also :

 

 

Fine & Rare Pair of George III Silver-Gilt Ice Cream Shovels

Eley, Chawner & Fearn. London 1813, 10.5" Long / 12.3 oz.

 

 

 

 


 

 

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Early George III Hanoverian Silver-Gilt Partial Dessert Service, William Turner 1767