ASSEMBLED SET OF 6 GEORGE II HANOVERIAN 3-TINE SILVER FORKS
Philip Roker II (3), London 1729-30, and 1730-31, third date letter rubbed out
William Young (1), 1739
Elias Cachart (1), London, 1746-7
Elizabeth Oldfield (1), 1752
The well matched set of heavy gauge silver 3-tine dinner forks with excellent tines and unengraved upturned terminals
Rubbed on most. Maker’s marks all legible.
Elizabeth Oldfield was the widow of Charles Jackson, and registered her first mark as his widow in 1748.
Without explanation, she entered the mark EO as Elizabeth Oldfield in 1750 (#628 – Grimwade).
Condition : Excellent, with rubbed but legible marks; one date mark obliterated; normal tip wear
7.5” Long / 13.6 oz.
See Also :
W over ? (probably William Scarlett),
London, 1724, arms of an unknown family impaling Moore
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Assembled Set 6 George II Hanoverian 3-Tine Silver Dinner Forks / Philip Roker / William Young / Elias Cachart / Elizabeth Oldfield