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This is a fine pair of antique Georgian sterling silver table or serving spoons made by Paul Storr and both identically and clearly hallmarked for London 1817.
They are in very ...
This is a top quality early 20th-century Evald Nielsen Danish solid silver teaspoon.
Lovely planished texture finish, with stylised floral finials.
Fully hallmarked with EN mark, Danish silver standard marks and ...
This is a fabulous matched set of solid silver fish eaters for six. Four knives and forks bearing the marks of Charlie Jacques and dated London 1906. The remaining two ...
Set of 6 English antique sterling silver dessert spoons by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1842, all engraved with the initial S.
One pinhead sized dink to one bowl (very ...
Set of 6 English antique sterling silver dessert forks by Charles Boyton II, hallmarked from London in 1861.
Monogram to the reverse side of the terminal above the hallmarks.
All in very ...
Set of 6 English antique sterling silver dinner table forks by Elizabeth & John Eaton, hallmarked from London in 1862, each carrying a family crest to the terminal which we ...
This is an antique early 19th-century Irish Georgian sterling silver teaspoon.
It is a decent size and weight silver teaspoon at 5½" long and 20g.
The early style of hallmarks dates ...
English antique sterling silver dessert fork by Mary Chawner, hallmarked from London in 1835.
Carries a family crest which we have not researched.
In excellent order and measures 172mm in length.
DATE : ...
This is a rare item/
A campaign marrow scoop the size of a teaspoon.
Marked for London 1876 makers mark George Adams
It is in really super condition good clear marks
English antique sterling silver dessert fork with a family crest we have not researched.
Hallmarked from Exeter in 1844, the makers mark a little rubbed but its RAM over SEY for ...
6 antique sterling silver dessert spoons in exceptional condition, each carrying a family crest which we have not researched.
3 are hallmarked from London in 1803 with the makers mark being ...
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique George VI English sterling silver Old English pattern flatware service for twelve persons; an addition to our canteen of cutlery collection
The pieces of this ...
Set of 6 English antique sterling silver table serving spoons each carrying a family crest which we have not researched.
Each hallmarked from London in 1770 with the makers mark being ...
Set of 6 immaculate English antique sterling silver dinner table forks each carrying a family crest which we have not researched.
They are all hallmarked from London in 1807 with the ...
6 immaculate condition English antique sterling silver dessert forks all carrying a family crest which we have not researched.
Whilst they have different dates and makers the 6 are all identical ...
4 Antique English sterling silver dinner table forks by William Eley I, hallmarked from London in 1795, each carrying a family crest which we have not researched.
All in good order ...
4 immaculate condition antique sterling silver teaspoons by John Kerschner, hallmarked from London in 1822.
All with good clear well struck and well preserved hallmarks.
MAKER or SPONSOR MARK: John Kerschner
This is a stunning Victorian Christening set in its original fitted case, great collectible item that was made by John Aldwinckle and James Slater In 1882 who are known as ...
Hester Bateman was the matriarch of the Bateman family of silversmiths and her silver is very collectible. She retired in 1790 so these spoons were made in the last year ...
Set of 4 English antique sterling silver serving/table spoons by Robert Rutland, hallmarked from London in 1810.
The odd small dink on a bowl (very minor), overall a good clean set ...
This is a pretty set of six Victorian Silver Teaspoons and Sugar Tongs which have engraved foliate decoration.
Made by Silversmith Charles Stuart Harris and Hallmarked in the London Assay Office ...
A Kings pattern 12 place setting canteen of cutlery by E.L. Pinder, Cutlers Sheffield. The A1 silver plated set is complete and in the original oak veneer box, all ...
Solid Silver Cased Spoon and Fork
Great to have if your a silver collector, smart item you can use or give as a really good quality gift.
Made by Cooper Bros ...
This is a very nice Antique Victorian Silver Childs Set with engraved decoration. Initials AC are engraved on each piece. Fitted in original box with velvet lining.
Very good condition.
Full Hallmarked ...
5 English antique sterling silver dinner table forks by William Eaton, hallmarked from London in 1839.
Each has a family crest to the terminal which we have not researched.
Of excellent weight ...
English antique sterling silver dinner table fork hallmarked from London in 1810, no makers mark is evident.
Carries a family crest to the reverse side of the terminal which we have ...
Set of 6 cased sterling silver handled afternoon tea knives with stainless steel blades in The Queens Pattern.
Hallmarked from Sheffield in 1978 with the makers mark being that of Harrison ...
A very nice late Gerogian ladle with the makers mark Jonathan Hayne 1831. It measures 19cm long and weighs 85.6 grams.
This is a beautiful boxed set of two lovely Arts & Crafts Apostle spoons, made by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd and assayed in London in 1919.
The spoons each ...
Canteen of English sterling silver fish cutlery in The Kings Pattern, hallmarked from Sheffield in 1937 with the makers mark being that of George Howson.
Solid silver handles as in not ...
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