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An assembled Victorian and later silver Lily pattern flatware service, London and Sheffield, 1872, 1903, and 1994
Estimate
12,00015,000
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172
An assembled Victorian and later silver Lily pattern flatware service, London and Sheffield, 1872, 1903, and 1994
Estimate
12,00015,000
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An assembled Victorian and later silver Lily pattern flatware service, London and Sheffield, 1872, 1903, and 1994
makers include Henry Holland, London, 1872, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, 1903, and Nat Leslie Ltd., Sheffield, 1994/5, the Holland pieces engraved with crest, comprising:
30 dinner knives, by Leslie
30 dinner forks, 17 by Holland, 12 by Rodgers, 1 by George Adams, London, 1857
30 dessert knives, by Leslie
30 dessert forks, 18 by Holland, 12 by Rodgers
30 dessert spoons, 18 by Holland, 12 by Rodgers
20 tablespoons, by Holland
12 soup spoons, by Rogers
2 fish servers engraved with landscape scenes, by Holland
5 cheese knives, by Leslie
5 pastry servers, by Leslie
approx. 333 oz weighable
10356 g
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Catalogue Note

The Lily pattern was first introduced in 1850 after the design was registered by Elkington. 

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