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An assembled William IV silver Fiddle pattern flatware service, most Mary Chawner, London, 1837
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220
An assembled William IV silver Fiddle pattern flatware service, most Mary Chawner, London, 1837
Estimate
40,00050,000
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Details & Cataloguing

Gallison Hall: The James F. Scott Collection

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New York

An assembled William IV silver Fiddle pattern flatware service, most Mary Chawner, London, 1837
engraved with motto COM VICORN, the knives unengraved, comprising:
60 table forks
59 dessert forks
60 table spoons
59 dessert spoons
50 teaspoons, date of 6: 1833, date of 13: 1834, date of 32: 1837
12 coffee spoons with gilt bowls, 7 by George Adams, 1845
10 basting spoons
7 sauce ladles, 2 by Benjamin Davis, 1835, 2 William Esterbrook, 1825, 3 Richard Parr, 1823
4 soup ladles
4 pairs of sugar tongs
60 table knives with stainless blades, by C.J. Vander1997
59 lunch knives with stainless blades, by C.J. Vander1997 
445 pieces, in a large fitted wood case
703 oz weighable
21863 g
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Provenance

Christie's New York, April 16, 1999, lot 268

Gallison Hall: The James F. Scott Collection

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New York