Irish Sterling Fork And Spoon 1814 And 1826


Irish Sterling Fork And Spoon 1814 And 1826

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Irish Sterling Fork And Spoon 1814 And 1826:
$71


This is an Irish sterling fork and spoon, not matching. The fork is hallmarked for 1826, Dublin Sterling and maker of RG, good condition, has a great fish monogram on the back of the handle. The spoon is hallmarked for 1814 Dublin, sterling and a makerof RS, has a fair amount of dimples in the bowl, also has a nice monogram this of a lion rampant. The spoon measures 6 1/4" and the fork 6 1/2". I am clearing outa bunch of my collections, old silver, art etc in the next couple of weeks so check my other sales,I have some very nice antiques and very good antique silver this week, a bit of everything, American coin, Scottish, Irish, English and Russian, they will all be short 5 day sales so offer early.Please refer to the photos and ask questions.Payment must be made within 3 days of the end of the sale.All starting at $1 with no


Irish Sterling Fork And Spoon 1814 And 1826:
$71

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