Fine Silver and Objects of Vertu - Lot 1199

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A pair of Charles I silver Apostle spoons, probably St. Matthew and St. Paul,


by Edward Hole, London 1635,


fig-shaped bowls, slightly tapering faceted stems, gilded apostle finials, the nimbus with a dove, the reverse of the bowl with prick-dot initials, 'B' over 'EG', length 18.8cm, approx. weight 4.1oz. (2)


Provenance: Purchased from Tessiers, 26 New Bond Street, London, probably in the 1950's.


 


Estimate: £7,000 - 9,000
Hammer Price £ 10,500

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