SET of 6 GEORGE I / II IRISH HANOVERIAN 3-TINE SILVER FORKS
Dublin, Probably William Walsh, 1741-2 (5)
London, c1725-28, date and marker’s marks rubbed (1)
All of heavy gauge silver in the Hanoverian pattern with three tines and upturned terminals, each terminal engraved en suite with a horse passant, saddled and bridled, the hindquarters blanketed (the crest later and as yet unidentified); set of 5 – harp crowned; Hibernia, date mark, W? in shaped punch; London fork with maker’s mark ?? beneath a star
Condition : Excellent; good tines; without repairs or bends; marks rubbed
7.5” Long / 12 oz.
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See Also :
W over ? (probably William Scarlett),
London, 1724, arms of an unknown family impaling Moore
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Set 6 George I / II Irish Hanoverian 3-Tine Silver Forks, William Walsh, Dublin, 1741-2 (5), marks rubbed (1)