An elegant pair of French .950 silver serving spoons, 1896 and after, with Minerva 1 standard and maker's mark for HEnin et Cie to lozenge, with gilt washed bowls with generously threaded ribbon tied edges to Old English style handles; hallmarked to bo
A German silver cake service: a cake slice and six spoons, 20th century, with .800 silver standard, the serving slide and spoons of shallow pointed form, the handles with an asymmetric terminal simply embellished with an angled fluted design; hallmarked un
Four Continental silver serving spoons, 1830s to 1900, Belgian, German, Austro-Hungarian, other, two of fiddle pattern, one with a pointed bowl and similar terminal, and a gilt washed spoon with laurel leaf borders; hallmarked to all, silver weight 361gr.
Mid Victorian matching Three piece hallmarked sterling silver serving spoons etc. London 1865, maker George W Adams (Chawner and Co). Including pair serving spoons ; and ladles, each crested. Length 30 cm (serving spoons) (each) length 34 cm (ladle) Wt. 58
A large and unique set of J. A. Linton, Australian sterling silver spoons, comprising six serving spoons, four teaspoons, and 24 sweet spoons, each with decorative pierced handles in the form of various Australian wildflowers, approx. Total weight 824gm.
A George III sterling silver serving spoon, 1792 London, with maker's mark Ib, an Old English spoon with a 'Lion Sejant' holding a fleur-de-lys engraved crest to the terminal; crisply hallmarked underside. Silver weight 69gr. Length 27.5 cm
A pair of Georgian bright cut sterling silver serving spoons, 1772 London, with maker's marks for Elizabeth Tookey, an Old English spoon and matching spoon fork with four tines, with decorative bright cut rope twist edges. Silver weight 181gr. Length 2
A Georgian Scottish sterling silver ladle and a Victorian sterling silver beaded serving spoon, 1829 Edinburgh, with maker's mark We, small ladle, 1861 London, with maker's mark for John Kilpatrick, an Old English beaded spoon with swan crest to fi
English hallmarked sterling silver George III serving spoon in the fiddle & thread pattern, with an engraved lion armorial. London, 1819, maker William Bateman I. Condition: good, minor tarnishing. Length 29.5 cm. Weight 142g
A French.950 silver serving spoon or ladle, after 1880, with Minerva 1 mark of fineness and maker's mark to lozenge, probably Emile Huignard, Eh with axe and handle. The shallow circular bowl shaped near the throat, with a threaded and fine rough cast
A French.950 silver serving spoon 1838 and after, plus maker's lozenge mark with partial surname, star and other figural mark, probably Mathieu (Katz?), with a fine patina, the spoon of thread edge fiddle design, hallmarked underside. Silver weight 145
A pair of Continental silver serving spoons. Germany, post 1886 and maker's mark for Jwp & S, with spiral ribbon handles to chased leaf and scroll rococo inspired terminals; hallmarked to both. Silver weight 161gr. Length 21.5 cm
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian set of four serving spoons in the fiddle shape. London, 1854, maker Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater. Condition fair, signs of wear & use. Length 22.5 cm. Weight 291g
A pair of Georgian sterling silver berry spoons, 1820 London with maker's marks for William Eley & William Fearn, the serving spoons with repousse and chased gilt washed bowls depicting fruits and foliage, having scalloped rims, leaf form throats t
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