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Scottish provincial silver egg spoon by Robert Keay & Son dating to c.1830.
In excellent order with very well struck and preserved marks to the reverse side of terminal.
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Scottish provincial silver teaspoon by James Cornflue of Perth c.1790.
Marked IC and a double headed eagle.
One very slight bruise on bowl(very minor) otherwise in very good order.
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Mote spoons were made towards the end of the 18th century and their purpose was to remove tea leaves and motes (dust) from the surface of the drink. It is ...
Silver double ended folding campaign spoon. Sheffield 1927 Robert & Belk.
Original leather case retailed by Vickery Regent Street
Antique silver Chinese spoon, decorated with bamboo leaves and stem, and with a dragon chasing a pearl in raised decoration on the handle. The rear of the handle is stamped ...
Pair of Scottish antique sterling silver serving spoons by William Marshall, hallmarked from Edinburgh in 1857, each terminal engraved with the initial K.
One very minor dink to each bowl, super ...
Set of 6 Scottish antique sterling silver serving spoons by William Marshall, hallmarked from Edinburgh in 1857.
Each terminal engraved with the letter K.
Glorious well struck and clear hallmarks.
All in good ...
English sterling silver soup spoon with family crest to reverse side of terminal, hallmarked from Sheffield in 1906 with the makers mark being that of Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd.
Pair of Scottish antique sterling silver serving spoons by James Hewitt, hallmarked from Edinburgh in 1824.
Both in excellent order and of good weight.
Each measures 228mm in length.
DATE : 1824
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Good Rat-tail Spoon, London 1725. Early Georgian. Very clearly hallmarked for London 1725 by the makers William Toone. The spoon measure 8 inches (20cm) long and is in excellent condition. ...
English antique sterling silver basting spoon by William Eley & William Fearn, hallmarked from London in 1822.
Carries a crest to terminal which is a little faded, one small dink on ...
Five English antique sterling silver egg spoons by Benjamin Stephens, hallmarked from London in 1838.
Super clear hallmarks to each, initial L engraved to each terminal.
Condition is excellent, just one very ...
Irish antique sterling silver serving spoon with family crest to terminal. excellent clear hallmarks from Dublin 1827 with the makers mark being that of James Le Bas.
In excellent order and ...
Irish antique sterling silver serving spoon with family crest to the terminal, hallmarked from Dublin in 1801, the retailers mark of J E Ash can be made out, the actual ...
Scottish antique sterling silver serving spoon by Francis Howden hallmarked from Edinburgh in 1789.
Super clear and well struck hallmarks, One very minor pinhead dink to bowl otherwise in excellent order
This small dog nose serving spoon is hand made in solid silver (unmarked) with a leaf and fruit design. It was commissioned in India by a serving army officer in ...
This is a fine quality hand crafted spoon by a scarcely seen maker - the piece carries full U.K. hallmarks for Birmingham 1924 - the makers mark is WK&Co, which ...
Set of 6 antique English sterling silver apostle teaspoons by Walker & Hall, hallmarked from Sheffield in 1894, case lid shows they were retailed by William Angus of Liverpool.
Spoons in ...
Pair of Roman replica sterling silver spoons by Reid & Sons, hallmarked from London in 1928/1929 (date letters N & O).
In excellent order with each measuring 171mm in length.
This is a high-quality mid 18-century, Georgian-George III antique sterling silver teaspoon.
'Old English' Bright-cut pattern to the stem.
'Extended Drop' heel to the reverse of the spoon bowl.
It is free from ...
This is a high-quality Georgian-George III antique sterling silver teaspoon.
'Old English' Bright-cut pattern to the stem, and 'Extended Drop' heel to the reverse of the spoon bowl -typical features of ...
John Henry Lias solid silver Georgian tablespoon
Beautiful chase decorated bowl & handle
Fully hallmarked London 1865
Makers initials I.L H.L
Weighs 67 grams
22.5 cm long (9")
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A case of 20th century copies of The Tichborne Spoons by The Birmingham Mint.
The original spoons were made by William Cawdell (originally though to be by Christopher Wace), a specialist ...
Set of 6 American sterling silver teaspoons in the pansy pattern by Wilcox & Everston dating to c.1909.
Each terminal engraved with the initial S.
In good clean order, one bowl has ...
A very good solid Silver Desert Spoon with hallmarks got Aberdeen by James Erskine it is in very good condition with clear hallmarks and no repairs.
A very good set of six solid Silver Scottish Provincial Spoons hallmarks for Dundee made by Alexander Cameron they are all in very good condition with clear hallmarks and no ...
A very good solid Silver Tea Spoon with hallmarks for Greenock Scotland by BC with anchor mark it is in good used condition without repair readable hallmarks and fiddle design ...
English antique silver spoon by Isaac Collard c.1730.
Very minor rounding to bowls tip otherwise in excellent order, only the makers mark is evident, other marks are all but rubbed away.
English antique silver dog nose spoon by Samuel Lee, hallmarked from London in 1702.
In good order , some scuffing to bowl but otherwise a very nice example from a maker ...
A rare antique English provincial sterling silver dognose spoon struck 3 times with a Fleur-De-Lys, dating to late 17th early 18th century.
In very nice order with very little wear, measures ...
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