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Set of six sterling silver 'Fiddle & Shell' pattern dessert spoons, Edinburgh 1823 George IV - approx. 6 oz. troy

Eight Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, hallmarked London 1849 & 1852, 420 grams approx.

Set of Six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern marked George Adams of Chawner & Co, 1840, London approx 18 cm L, 302g

An Australian silver cake server and six small dessert spoons, 20th century, with maker's mark for Sargison's of Hobart, the spoons and shaped trowel server with a typically hammered finish and twist stems with scrolling finials; hallmarked to stem

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian gilt dessert service comprising a pair of grape shears, sugar sifter & a pair of berry spoons, having raised classical themed detail, & floral engraving. Set in an aubergine silk & velvet lined hard

Set of four sterling silver dessert spoons, maker: Soloman Hougham, London 1809

A mixed set of six George III sterling silver dessert spoons, 1813, 1814 (two), 1815, 1816 and 1832 London, with maker's marks for William Bateman I (four) and two others marked Wb within a rectangular cartouche, Old English dessert spoons, five with e

Three Irish and one English Georgian sterling silver dessert spoons, 1835 Dublin, with makers' marks for Phillip Weekes or Peter Walsh and;, 1835 London, with maker's mark for William Johnson, all of fiddle pattern design, the Irish spoons with mat

A set of four sterling silver American tea or dessert spoons, 1936, pattern introduced, with maker's mark of Gorham, the 'King Edward' pattern spoons with foliate scrolls and terminals; marked to stems underside, silver weight 120gr length 15 c

Five Georgian & later stg. silver dessert spoons, various hallmarks, 179 grams approx

Six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, hallmarked Exeter 1841 (William Rawlings Sobey), 17.5 cm long approx, 184 grams approx

Six Georgian sterling silver dessert spoons, 18 cm long approx, 190 grams approx

Pair of George III sterling silver dessert spoons, London 1812/13

A collection of sterling silver items comprising six Albert pattern dessert spoons by Francis Higgins, London 1845, a set of four Edward VII oblong fluted salts with blue glass liners by William Hutton & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1908 and a napkin ring

A set of six sterling silver dessert spoons, 1770 London, (probably), with maker's marks for Thomas Dene, a set of feather edged Old English spoons; hallmarked. Silver weight 208gr. Length 16.5 cm

A fine and elegant set of six bright cut late Georgian Scottish dessert spoons, 1836 Edinburgh, with maker's mark of William Jamieson of Aberdeen, also with provincial stamp, Old English pattern spoons with delicate feathering and bright cut wavy decor

A set of six Georgian sterling silver dessert spoons, old English pattern, marked London 1829 & 1798, TCo & Savory as well as WE & WF. Approx 360g, 21 cm long

Set of six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, Kings pattern, with original palm tree and lion coat of arms, marked London, 1897, Thomas Walter and Henry Holland. Approx 382g, 18 cm

A set of six Victorian silver dessert spoons, modified Albert pattern; Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1853. Total weight 280g.

Set of four sterling silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, London 1808

Set of six sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, George III London 1810 - approx. weight 8 oz. troy

A George III set of three silver soup spoons and a Victorian dessert and two silver entree forks with armorials. 588gm

A George IV silver dessert spoon, fiddle and shell pattern, engraved 'Catherine'; William Lister I, Newcastle, 1822. Weight 32.9g.

13 19th century hallmarked sterling silver dessert spoons. 5 Eley & Fearn London 1821 (crested); 6 other Georgian & two Victorian by various makers (all crested). Wt. 549g

8 Geo hallmarked sterling silver dessert spoons. 3 Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1807; two Geo Smith III & William Fearn London 1794 (monogrammed) & 3 others by various makers. General wear. Wt. 257g

10 near matching George III hallmarked sterling silver dessert spoons. Mainly Edinburgh, c.1810s. Several makers. All monogrammed. Wt.338g (total)

Six sterling silver teaspoons tea spoons and a dessert spoon. 185gms.

Five George III sterling silver dessert spoons, Hallmarked London 1803, 143gm approx

Sterling silver George III dessert spoons, Hallmarked London 1822, 225gm approx

A George III silver dessert spoon, Old English pattern, monogrammed; Hester Bateman, London 1795.

An 18th century silver dessert spoon, modified Hanoverian pattern; possibly Pierre Amiraux, Jersey.

Seven antique sterling silver fiddle back spoons comprising of a pair of soup spoons and 3 dessert spoons London 1843, together with 2 dessert spoons Exeter 1853 (Josiah Williams & Co (James & Josiah Williams)), 373 grams approx

A pair of 19th century Scottish provincial silver dessert spoons, initialled; Thomas Daine, Greenock c.1810

Two 19th century silver dessert spoons, fiddle & thread and fiddle patterns; Wm Eaton, London 1842 and Wm Hicks, Exeter 1824. (2)

Three fiddle pattern silver spoons: a George III table spoon; London 1817, a William IV dessert spoon; London 1836, and a German table spoon; Rosenthal, Berlin. (3) total weight approx 135g

Sterling silver dessert spoon by Hester Bateman, London 1787

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