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Four small mixed French silver table accessories. Variously marked, comprising a cast gilt washed spoon, a sifting spoon with a foliate handle, a hollow handled fork with a knot motif, and a pierced shovel with a hollow handle and a delicate neoclassical d

Early Dutch silver sifting spoon, hallmarked, 34grams approx

Antique Russian silver sifter spoon, (lightly gilded) marked for 1833

George III Sterling silver sifter spoon, hallmarked London 1807, W 54gms, L 17.5 cm

Victorian sterling silver sifting spoon, hallmarked Birmingham 1894, together with a hallmarked London 1929 card holder, 45 grams approx

An Edward VII silver sifter spoon, scalloped spoon, plain form handle; Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1905. Weight 36g.

Early P Orr & Sons, Madras silver sifter spoon. Carved bone handle depicting archer & other figure. Length 20 cm

Victorian sterling silver sifting spoon hallmarked London 1857, maker George Adams, armorial to handle, 64 grams approx

A Victorian silver sifter spoon, pierced fluted bowl; London, 1897 (makers mark rubbed). Weight 17.5g.

Sugar sifting spoon with armorial (sola Virtus) on reverse rubbed marks tests as silver

A set of three antique French silver serving spoons to include a sugar sifting spoon, with Minerva marks approx 267grams

A George IV sterling silver Sifting spoon, 1828 London, with maker's mark for William Eaton, the 'Fiddle pattern' sifter with reeded edges to both sides with a shallow bowl pierced with a radiating design from a central flower, hallmarked underside to fini

A Continental silver sifter ladle. Possibly Italian. Weight: 63.2g

Georgian sterling silver sifting spoon & 2 others comprising of a sifting spoon (hallmarks rubbed), a Georgian teaspoon (marks rubbed) and another Birmingham 1898

Victorian sterling Silver sifting spoon hallmarked London 1872,by maker George Angell, 33grams approx

Sterling silver sifter spoon hallmarked Birmingham 1905, 27grams approx.

An early Victorian silver sifter spoon, fiddle pattern, crested, with gilt, pierced bowl; Wm Eaton, London 1839

Victorian sterling silver sifter ladle, fiddle pattern, London 1849

An impressive Garrard & Co. Victorian silver gilt dessert service in a bacchanalian design; 36 parfait spoons by Francis Higgins, London 1874; 8 serving spoons, Henry Holland, London 1867; pair of fruit salad servers, Francis Higgins, London 1867/69; grape

A William IV silver sugar sifter spoon with pierced and gilt bowl, maker WT, London 1831

An Austrian silver (800) sifting spoon and a Austrian silver (800) slice 118 grams

A Dutch.934 silver Sifting spoon, 19th century, with partial marks, including lion rampant with Crown; also a swan mark possibly a later French guarantee addition, the spoon finely pierced to the bowl with foliate and floral designs, and having a bright cu

A Victorian silver sifter ladle, fiddle and shell pattern; James Beebe, London 1846.

A collection of miscellaneous items including a silver topped cylinder, a mother of pearl salt and spoon and a Continental silver sifting spoon, the glass cylinder 20 cm high

Silver 'Fiddle thread & shell' pattern sifting spoon by Hamilton & Co. Calcutta

French silver spoon, sifter and fork, approx 90 grams (3)

Two sterling silver sifter spoons, 1. Sheffield 1900, maker Atkin Bros, 2. Sheffield 1933

Victorian sterling silver sifter spoon hallmarked London 1854length 16 cm approx, weight 52gms approx

Two sterling silver sifter spoons hallmarked Sheffield 1893, hallmarked London Jubilee 1977, weight 42 gms approx

A sterling silver sifter spoon, fiddle pattern, London 1830 by William Eaton

Sterling silver sugar sifter/ladle in fiddle pattern, London 1836, 2.5oz

A Victorian sterling silver Sifting spoon, London 1843/4, with maker's mark Jrh for John Robert Harris, the oval-shaped bowl with delicate floral and foliate piercings with a thread and King's pattern finial, and to the reverse, a shell shape at the bowl;

A pair of George III silver sugar tongs & an Austro-Hungarian silver sifter spoon, the bright-cut tongs London c.1790. (2)

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