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This is a late 18th-century (1780) Georgian - George III sterling silver Hester Bateman table spoon.
Old English pattern, with Bright-cut decorations.
A collectable early example Hester Bateman spoon - ...
Offered for sale is this good quality cased set of ‘Mappin & Webb’ silver teaspoons. All hallmarked for Sheffield 1949 with the M&W mark for Mappin & Webb. Presented in ...
This is a pair of 18th-century (1774) Georgian - George III sterling silver large table or serving spoons.
Old English pattern with Bright-cut borders.
Heavy gauge spoons, each weighs 72.5g approx. ...
Sterling Solid Silver Stone Set Spoon circa 1971
Sterling Silver Spoon Birmingham assay mark for 1971
Maker S & co Birmingham
the spoon set with stone
presented in nice condition
Offered for sale is this cased child’s silver feeding spoon and pusher set. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1925 with the makers mark for William Suckling Ltd.
Offered for sale is this solid silver ‘Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs’ teaspoon. Hallmarks are rubbed but appear to be for Sheffield 1913 with the makers mark for Walter Tricket.
This is a collectable 70s solid sterling silver replica Roman Corinium Spoon.
Made by Leonard Jones of Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
Great condition, with clearly struck hallmarks.
Can be used as a tea, coffee or ...
Set of 6 Maltese sterling silver in excellent order.
Age and maker we have been unable to determine.
Each measures 102mm in length.
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WEIGHT (Grammes): 42
Set of 6 Maltese sterling silver spoons in perfect order, we thus far have been unable to determine the maker or age.
Each measures 130mm in length.
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Offered for sale are these set if six George VI silver teaspoons with foliate motif handles. They are in lovely condition.
Offered for sale is this 19th Century Victorian antique cased set of silver spoons each with a silver gilt bowl and tapered stem, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1897. Perfect ...
A very pretty antique provincial Victorian silver tea caddy spoon with Assay marks for Exeter. The oval bowl has a crimped edge and a chased floral scene. The handle has ...
Offered for sale are these set of six George V silver TEASPOONS in original box. Perfect condition.
A small silver salt spoon. It is hall marked Sheffield 1902 and a makers mark of Lee & Wigfull. It measures 6.5cm.
Set of 6 English sterling silver teaspoons by Walker & Hall, hallmarked from Sheffield in 1955.
All in excellent order, of very good weight and each measures 130mm in length.
5 English sterling silver dessert spoons by Walker & Hall, all are hallmarked from Sheffield, 4 are 1955 and 1 is 1986.
All are in first class condition.
The 4 1955 ones ...
These are a pair of 19th Century English antique sterling silver serving spoon in original case by Edward Hutton, both hallmarked from London in 1883.
Interesting design to both steams, featuring ...
These are a set of 6 Soviet / Russian silver gilt teaspoons with a floral enamel design to each handle.
All are in excellent order and of both good weight and ...
Set of 6 very large and heavy sterling silver serving spoons hallmarked from London in 1776.
The highly detailed embossed handles are decorated with flowers and foliage with a cherubs face ...
This is a delightful George III antique silver miniature spoon. Old English pattern. Fully hallmarked London 1819. Very good condition.
Maker:- William Eley & William Fearn.
An outstanding example of a Queen Anne silver ‘dog-nose’ rattail serving spoon, fabulous gauge quality and condition, with a handsome contemporary block initials, struck with the Britannia Silver* standard mark ...
English sterling silver serving spoon by Walker & Hall, hallmarked from Sheffield in 1945.
In excellent clean order with no defects.
MAKER or SPONSOR MARK: Walker & Hall
ASSAY OFFICE: Sheffield
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Pair of late 18th century Scottish sterling silver serving spoons, hallmarked from Edinburgh in 1789, the makers mark we think may be that of Robert Dickson III who started off ...
Pair of Edwardian English sterling silver serving spoons by Walker & Hall, hallmarked from Sheffield in 1902.
Of very heavy gauge silver, weighing just a whisker below 7 troy ounces.
Engraved with ...
A beautiful Georgian Irish provincial silver desert size spoon dating to c1790, with attractive bright-cut design and a handsome period crest. Struck on the reverse of the stem with ‘STERLING’ ...
A beautiful example of the artistic skill of the Dublin silversmiths of the Georgian era, this desert size spoon in the Celtic point with star pattern has beautiful bright cutting ...
Set of 4 Scottish antique sterling silver salt spoons, each carrying a family crest which we have not researched.
All hallmarked from Edinburgh in 1818 with the makers mark being that ...
English antique sterling silver mote spoon marked only with the lion passant denoting its sterling silver.
Fancy back to bowl where it meets the stem, dating to c.1750.
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This is an 18th Century English antique sterling silver mote spoon by Stephen Adams.
In excellent order, struck with SA for Stephen Adams as well as the lion passant denoting sterling ...
This is a 19th Century George III antique solid silver, fiddle pattern, serving spoon. London 1817....70.15 gms. Excellent condition for age.
Makers Mark unclear but looks like : Solomon Hougham, Solomon ...
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