M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
 

 

SET OF 12 GEORGE III SILVER DESSERT FORKS

Richard Crossley, London, 1798-1800

 

 

 

       

 

In the Old English pattern, each with four good tines and upturned terminal, the terminals monogrammed with a script G

to the top side, and crested verso with a griffin passant (Fairbairn’s 63/2 – Ashfield, Bevan, Bevill, Bladen, Chilton, Collin,

 Croft, Cudmore, Devlin, Dines, Egioke, Fairbairn, Finch, Garroway, Grandville, Granger, Greenfield, Hobson, Germaine,

 Murray, Neville, O’Keefe, Payne, Pierce, Pope, Rew, Stewart, Wentworth, Windsor-Clide, Wingfield, Worthy, et al)

 

Marks : very good to excellent; 3 -1798 (C), 4 – 1799 (D), 5 – 1800 (E)

 

Condition : Excellent, with excellent weight and tines

 

6.5" Long / 16.5 oz.

 

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#6293

 

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See Also :

 

 

George III Silver Large Basting Spoon

Richard Crossley, London, 1806

Crested : an arm in armor embowed, holding in hand a leg in armor,

couped above the knee and spurred

12.5" Long / 4.8 oz.

 

 

 

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Set of 12 George III Silver Dessert Forks, Richard Crossley, London, 1798-1800, crested & initialed, 6.5" Long, 16.5 oz.