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English antique sterling silver tea caddy by George Maudsley Jackson, hallmarked from London in 1891.
Semi fluted design with raised flower heads and foliage.
In excellent order with no engravings.
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Victorian completely plain silver tea caddy spoon with a shaped circular bowl, fiddle style handle engraved with a D initial.
Antique English sterling silver caddy spoon by Joseph Willmore, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1804.
Foliate pierced bowl engraved to handle terminal with the initials EB.
In excellent order and measures 68mm in ...
English antique sterling silver caddy spoon by Hilliard & Thomason, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1854.
Fruiting vine decoration to bowl and vine handle.
In excellent order and measures 86mm in length.
This is a good George III antique silver caddy spoon of elongated leaf form with bright-cut engraved Old English handle.
By Thomas Wallis II, London, 1799
This is a good 19th Century George IV antique silver caddy spoon. The bell shaped bowl bright-cut engraved with flowers and a bright-cut engraved Old English handle.
By John Bettridge, Birmingham, ...
This is a rare late 19th Century Victorian antique silver caddy spoon with cast and pierced architectural handle, the die-stamped bowl with central grotesque mask head amongst acanthus leaves shaped ...
This is a fine quality George III antique silver caddy spoon, the bowl of 'pastern hoof' design with pierced gallery rim, the curved Old English handle with bright-cut and prick-dot ...
This is a good William IV antique silver caddy spoon with semi-fluted bowl, partly bright-cut and prick-dot engraved with leaves, the Old English handle with shoulders and similarly engraved.
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This is a fine George III antique silver caddy spoon. The oval bowl with intricate filigree insert, the handle with bright-cut engraved decoration.
By Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham, 1801
A good George III silver Caddy Spoon with heart shaped bowl and divided cut-out handle, engraved with contemporary initials.
By Josiah Snatt, London, 1805
This is an Estonian silver tea caddy spoon in excellent condition with excellent clear marks to the reverse of the handle.
Marked with the lion moving left which was introduced in ...
A shaped silver caddy spoon. The spoon head is shaped like a shell and this is also refected on the end of the handle. It is hallmarked London 1804.
This is an American antique sterling silver candy spoon by Gorham in 1892
In excellent condition with no damage.
Measures 114mm in length with the bowl measuring 64mm across.
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A small George III silver Caddy Spoon with scallop shaped silver gilt bowl, the short handle decorated with prick-dot decoration and a foliate motif.
By Lawrence & Allen, Birmingham, 1802
A fine George III silver Caddy Spoon, with bright-cut engraved Old English handle, the oval bowl with intricate filigree insert.
By Joseph Taylor, Birmingham, 1804
A good George III silver Caddy Spoon with bright-cut engraved Old English handle, the circular bowl pierced with a band of 'T' motifs and bright-cut and prick-dot engraved decoration.
By Joseph ...
This is a fine George III antique silver Caddy Spoon with sideways oval fluted bowl and scrolled ring handle, the base of the bowl with finely pierced filigree insert.
By Samuel ...
A rare George III silver Caddy Spoon, the shell bowl chased and embossed with a finely detailed basket of flowers, the bi-furcated handle chased with foliate fronds and a flower ...
This is a very smart antique George III silver tea caddy with bright cut decoration, lift up lid with a flushed hinge. Crest with Latin motto in cartouche ES TO ...
An extremely rare large George III silver Caddy Spoon, the bi-furcated Old English handle decorated with bluebell drop motifs and engraved with Victorian initials. The large shaped circular bowl in ...
This is a rare George III antique silver caddy spoon of small size and of 'frying pan' form, the bifurcated pointed Old English handle and bowl with bright-cut and prick-dot ...
This is a good quality George III London made antique silver gilt caddy spoon with scoop shaped bowl and fiddle pattern handle, engraved with contemporary initials.
By Josiah Snatt, London, 1802
This is a rare silver Art Deco caddy spoon with classic triangular stepped design and the rare voluntary George V jubilee mark .Excellent gauge, quality and condition.
This is a rare silver Art Deco caddy spoon with a hammered round bowl, the thumb grip handle with an attractive engraved geometric design.
This is a rare George III antique silver caddy spoon, made in the form of a right hand, the cuff shaped handle with prick-dot engraved decoration and engraved with initials.
This is a beautiful silver caddy spoon with a hand hammered finish and stylised fish shape by the famous Arts and Crafts silversmith A.E. Jones.
This is a good George III antique silver caddy spoon, the cut-out shaped handle with pointed shoulders and engraved fern, the sideways oval bowl with prick-dot engraved border and 'seaweed' ...
A wonderful heavy cast silver caddy spoon by the respected maker A.E. Jones, in the Arts & Crafts style with an openwork trefoil leaf handle. Fabulous gauge, quality and condition, ...
This is an English Sterling Silver caddy spoon made in Birmingham 1852 by HILLIARD & THOMASON. Offered in excellent condition, the bowl would have originally been gilded.
A beautiful example.
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