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Auktion: Auction 15.04.1998
wurde versteigert am: 15. April 1998
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A collection of thirty-nine assorted skewers, (mainly game or poultry size):- a pair of George II poultry skewers with heart shaped appertures, lion passant only, circa 1750 - 20.75cm long; a small George III poultry skewer with a ring terminal

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Schätzpreis: 2.500 £ - 3.000 £
ca. 4.179 $ - 5.015 $
Zuschlagspreis:  2.875 £
ca. 4.806 $
Los-Nr. 5, Aufrufe: 214

A collection of thirty-nine assorted skewers, (mainly game or poultry size):- a pair of George II poultry skewers with heart shaped appertures, lion passant only, circa 1750 - 20.75cm long; a small George III poultry skewer with a ring terminal and sharply tapering, short blade by Joseph Hicks, Exeter circa 1798 - 12cm long; a pair of George III Irish poultry skewers with ring terminal, engraved with an Earl's coronet, probably by I.D'Olier, Dublin, circa 1790 - 19cm long; a George IV poultry skewer with a cast shell terminal by William Chawner, 1829 - 16.5cm long; a George III poultry skewer with a "floating" ring terminal by Messrs Eley & Fearn, 1800 - 21.25cm long; a George II Irish poultry skewer with a ring terminal, crested, probably by J.Dalrymple, Dublin, circa 1750, (makers mark only) - 19.5cm long; a George III poultry skewer with a reeded ring terminal by Richard Crossley, 1804 - 20.5cm long; a pair of George III poultry skewers with ring terminals, crested, by I.Wakelin & W.Taylor, 1790 - 19cm long; a set of three George III stiletto-type poultry skewers with waisted knops, by W.Eley & W.Fearn, 1800/04 - 20.5cm long; a pair of small George III poultry skewers with "floating" ring terminals, crested by Robert Rutland, 1817 - 13cm long; a pair of George III stiletto-type poultry skewers with ring terminals by Henry Nutting, 1797 , approx. 17.5cm long; a pair of Victorian skewers, similar to the above but smaller by W.Comyns, 1872 - 10cm long; a small George III example, similar to the above by William Fearn, 1802 - 8.5cm long; a George III poultry skewer with a tapering blade, crested, by George Smith & William Fearn, 1787 - 23cm long; a Victorian poultry skewer with an oval ring terminal by Messrs Lias, 1843 - 13.5cm long; a Victorian poultry skewer, the terminal modelled as an arrow in flight, inscribed, "Edith" by Robert Garrard, 1843 - 24cm long; a George III example, similar to the above, makers mark unclear, 1803 (terminal probably re-shaped and engraved) - 22.5cm long; a George III poultry skewer with a shaped ring terminal by Peter & Anne Bateman, 1790 - 17.5cm long; an early 19th century French small poultry/game bird skewer with a 'dagger' hilt and a swivel ring terminal - 10.5cm long; a George III meat skewer with a broad tapering blade by William Turner, 1759 - 22.5cm long; a Victorian game skewer, the terminal cast as a vase of flowers, crested, by George Adams, 1848 - 16cm long; an early George II poultry skewer with a plain ring terminal by Peter Archambo, circa 1730, (no date letter) - 21cm long; two similar Victorian poultry skewers with cast, openwork terminals, one surmounted by a dolphin, the other by a peacock, by Messrs Lias, 1850 , approx. 17cm long; a late 18th century French poultry skewer with a "floating" ring terminal, Paris, 1784, (makers mark JEL or JLE) - 21.5cm long; a George III Irish meat skewer with a shaped ring terminal and a broad, tapering blade, crested, makers mark unclear, Dublin, circa 1770 - 28cm long; a George III Scottish poultry skewer with an oval ring terminal, makers mark rubbed, Edinburgh, circa 1800 - 19.75cm long; a George II meat skewer of narrow tapering form with a small ring terminal, makers mark only, circa 1750 - 31.75cm long; a George IV gamebird skewer with a flattened disc terminal, by Johnathon Hayne, 1826 - 11cm long; a George IV poultry skewer with a ring terminal possibly by John Bridge, (mark rubbed) 1827 - 15cm long; and a late 18th/early 19th century poultry skewer with a squared-off ring terminal, crested, struck eight times with an indistinct mark, unascribed, circa 1800 - 22.25cm long, 28oz. See Illustration (39)

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Auktionshaus: Christie's
Titel: Auction 15.04.1998
Auktionsdatum: 15.04.1998
Adresse: Christie's
London, South Kensington