English hallmarked sterling silver George III meat skewer having a ringed end, engraved with a lion & Crown armorial. London, 1809, makers mark rubbed. Condition: good, some wear consistant with age. Lenmgth 27.5 cm. Weight 76g
English hallmarked sterling silver George III meat skewer having a ribbon type looped end, with an engraved dragon armorial. London, 1764, maker Thomas Whipham & Charles Wright. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Length 27.8 cm. Weight 73g
Three Georgian silver meat Skewers by Jonathan Hayne, London 1827, Walter Tweedie, London 178O, Richard Britton, London 1817, each of typical form with ring handle, the Jonathan Hayne example with horse crest, 321 grams in total.Provenance: Purchased from
A George II silver double lipped punch ladle with turned pearwood handle, William Justus, London 1735, a George III tapering silver meat skewer, George Cowles, London 1790, a George III silver soup ladle, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1802, a silver
A George III silver meat skewer, by Richard Crossley, London 1792, with scratch weight 2=9, crest and coronet, 28 cm long; a later skewer by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1972, 15.5 cm long; and a marrow scoop by William & Sons Ltd, London 1897. (3)
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