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This is a rare Coburg pattern antique Victorian 19th-century solid sterling silver gilt egg spoon.
Made by the quality silversmiths Hunt and Roskell.
The decorations are crisp and highly detailed.
Original gold wash ...
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 ...
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
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 ...
This is an early Irish Georgian antique (c.1800) sterling silver eggspoon or large mustard/condiment spoon.
Relatively large at 5¼" long and weighs a decent 15.5g.
No monogram. A lovely crest ...
This is an antique Victorian 19th Century (1852) sterling silver long-stem large condiment spoon.
It is in the rare double-struck Queen's pattern with beautiful 'honeysuckle heel' to the reverse of ...
A rare set of three silver teaspoons from the sought after York Assay Office. These good examples are in fiddle pattern and have engraved script initials to the top fronts. ...
A pair of superb 18th-century (1782) George III sterling silver antique serving spoons or large table spoons.
Made by the sought after female silversmiths Hester Bateman.
Bright-cut decorations. The top of handle ...
A very pretty set of 6 x Art Deco sterling silver spoons in their original silk lined crescent-shaped box. The very stylish design stems with pretty shouldered bowls.
Offered in immaculate ...
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
A lovely piece of late Victorian silver tableware with several uses. The spoon is very much classical in design and style and was probably for serving desserts or fruit. The ...
A lovely example of a Georgian silver sugar or preserve spoon. This attractive example has a shaped bowl and bright cut engraving to the handle with a vacant shield shaped ...
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 ...
This is a fine antique Georgian sterling silver basting spoon made by Hester Bateman and hallmarked in London 1777.
A substantial spoon it has been made with a heavy gauge of ...
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 ...
This is a pair of 19th Century George III antique silver berry spoons with crisp decoration, made by silversmith Thomas Wallis II & Jonathan Hayne and hallmarked in the London ...
A lovely 6 inch solid silver Mappin & Webb 6 inch spoon in the original box. It weighs 26.6 Grams.
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 ...
A rare set of 12x Evald Nielsen Danish solid silver pattern No.3 coffee spoons.
Lovely planished texture finish, with stylised floral finials.
All with full EN marks and dated 1929.
They are free ...
Description: - A pair of George III Irish silver Celtic Point pattern basting spoons. The spoons are engraved with a family crest. Hallmarked with the date letter 'C' to denote ...
This is a beautiful pair of antique Victorian sterling silver berry spoons with matching hallmarks for London 1891 with the silversmiths mark for Edward Hutton.
Both spoons are in excellent ...
A pair of American sterling silver dessert spoons in original case, made by Gorham and retailed by Crosby & Morse, these are the Medallion pattern which was first introduced in ...
This is a rare early Georgian - George II (c.1750) sterling silver antique eggspoon or mustard spoon.
Hanoverian pattern handle, with the terminal turned up.
3 available, please select Quantity.
HALLMARKS: London, ...
This is a fine set of four Hester Bateman 18th-century (c.1775) antique George III sterling silver teaspoons.
They are in 'Old English Bright-cut' pattern.
'Extended Drop' heel to the reverse of the ...
This is a Elegant Pair of Georgian Silver Salt Spoons with Bright Cut Decoration and Vacant Cartouche.
Made by Silversmith Peter & William Bateman and Hallmarked in the London Assay Office ...
This is an unusual 18th century Silver Mote Spoon with a more traditional decorated handle (not a spike, transitional period ?).
A Mote Spoon was used to skim the tea leaves ...
This is a fine antique George III, late 18th-century (1793) sterling silver teaspoon.
'Old English' Bright-cut pattern.
'Extended Drop' heel to the reverse of the spoon bowl. Monogram TH.
Good quality spoon, the ...
This is a pair of early 20th-century Antique Danish solid silver Art Deco style tea or coffee spoons.
Fully hallmarked with Danish silver standard marks for 1920.
Free from inscriptions or monograms.
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