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These are a pair of early 19th-century 1802 Irish solid sterling silver Georgian forksOld English patternFully hallmarkedNo monogram but each has a lovely dove crestVery good condition the fork tines
These are a pair of early 19th-century 1802 Irish solid sterling silver Georgian forks Old English patternFully hallmarked plus an unusual mark at the mid stem which resembles a French
Hailing from the reign of George IV it is very clearly hallmarked on the back of the handle for Dublin 1828 with the makers mark of Samuel Neville The finial
Antique sterling silver Irish fish slice hallmarked Dublin 1813 with the makers mark being that of Samuel Neville Blade has a pierced work 2 fish design with excellent detailingAn interesting
Irish antique sterling silver dessert spoon by Samuel Neville hallmarked from Dublin in 1824It carries a family crest to the terminal which we have not researchedExcellent condition a couple of
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