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|A silver-gilt Gibson spoon, made in London in 1828 by Rawlings and Summers, (marked on body and lid) engraved 'Trefusis' on the body.
|A cased apothecary's balance with silver pans and complete set of weights and (later) glass measure from Young and Son, Royal Scalemakers, 5 Bear Street, Leicester Sq the pans by Thomas Meriton, London 1809.
|A nipple shield, by Phipps and Robinson, London 1804.
|A medicine spoon, by George Adams London 1865 .
|A medicine spoon, London 1872 by Henry Holland.
|A reeded perfume funnel with plated end, unmarked circa 1800.