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A Queen Anne sterling silver dog-nose table spoon, London, 1707, makers mark rubbed

A set of eleven George II Scottish sterling silver Hanoverian pattern table spoons by James Welsh, Edinburgh 1749, Assay Master's mark of Hugh Gordon, 880 grams

A George III silver table spoon, Old English pattern, William Fearn, London 1806. Weight 55g

A set of six Georgian Scottish silver table, spoons, 1780 Edinburgh, by James Hewitt, Hanoverian pattern, length 21 cm. Total weight 365gms

A pair of George III sterling silver bright cut table spoons by Richard Crossley, London 1783

Eight sterling silver fiddle pattern table spoons and six sterling silver fiddle pattern matching table spoons, George III London 1810/11 - approx. weight 32 oz. troy

Four sterling silver Old English pattern table spoons with armorials, possibly Thomas Chawner London 1778 - approx. weight 8 oz. troy

Twelve George III sterling silver table spoons, mark of William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1813 and 1814. Fiddle pattern, hallmarked (12). Approx. Weight 776 grams

Pair of sterling silver fiddle pattern/rat tail tablespoons, Irish Dublin 1839

A pair of Irish George IV fiddle pattern large table spoons with period engraved armorial. Maker: Samuel Neville. Dublin, 1821

12 various Geo hallmarked sterling silver table spoons. 3 Geo Smith III & William Fearn London 1787 (monogrammed); 4 hallmarked London 1822, two with maker's mark 'W.B' (monogrammed); two Thomas Wallis II, London 1790 & 1795 (monogrammed); Thomas & William

12 matching George III hallmarked sterling silver table spoons. Eley & Fearn 1818 (8), Eley & Fearn 1803 (3), & "S H,' London 1813. Fiddle pattern, crested. Length 22 cm. Wt. 893g

Two William IV hallmarked sterling silver table spoons, hallmarked Glasgow 1837, maker David Crichton Rait. King's pattern, crested. Length 22 cm. Wt. 147g

12 Victorian hallmarked sterling silver table spoons, hallmarked London 1840, maker John James Whiting. Crested. Length 23.5 cm. Wt. 1225g

Three George III silver tablespoons, fiddle pattern, engraved with initials 'Aew'; James McKay, Edinburgh, 1814. Length 22 cms. Weight 230g.

Three Georgian silver tablespoons, fiddle pattern, different makers; Soloman Hougham, London, 1798; I.B, London, 1801; John James Whiting, London, 1833. Weight 180g.

Set twelve George III sterling silver tablespoons fiddle pattern with engraved initials, London 1815

An 18th century silver table spoon, Hanoverian pattern; maker's mark Im or Lm; not traced, c.1720.

An 18th century silver table spoon, engraved zig-zag and thread; probably Irish provincial c.1790.

A George I silver table spoon, Old English pattern; Paul Hanet, London 1725. Length 21 cm. Weight 65g.

A Victorian silver table spoon, Victoria pattern; Charles Boyton, London 1850.

A George IV silver table spoon, Old English pattern with later embossed and gilded 'Berry' bowl; Robert Rutland, London 1824.

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose ribbed rat-tail table spoon, Exeter, circa 1710

A Pair of Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoons, by Benjamin Watts, London, 1709, engraved with initials R*D (2)

Two Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoons, one Thomas Burridge London 1706 and one William Juson, London, circa 1705 (2)

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose ribbed rat-tail table spoon, by Edward Gibson, London, 1702, engraved with initials IWA

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoon, by Henry Greene, London, 1707, engraved with a crest

A Pair of Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoons, by Henry Greene, London, 1708, engraved with initials *L*S*K (2)

Two Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoons, one Richard Hutchinson of Colchester London 1706 and one William Scarlett London 1711. (2)

Pair of cast sterling silver apostle table spoons with crests to the bowl, with Continental and English silver import marks, London 1903

A George III provincial silver table spoon, Old English pattern; Thomas Eustace, Exeter 1781. (worn)

A George III silver tablespoon, fiddle pattern; Sarah & John William Blake, London 1816. Weight 68g. (worn)

Three silver table spoons by Peter & William Bateman, London, 1814

A Queen Anne/George I silver table spoon, Hanoverian pattern with rattail bowl; probably Andrew Atcher, London c.1714

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

Set of six Georgian sterling silver table spoons, London circa 1820

Hester Bateman: a fine set of four feathered edged sterling silver table spoons, London

Three George III Scottish silver Hanoverian tablespoons by Milne and Campbell 1757-1780, each spoon with 'Stag head' crest 'Pro Aris Focis', 206 grams. Provenance: Purchased from James R.Lawson Sydney, 1977.

Pair of sterling silver tablespoons, fiddle pattern, hallmarked London 1858, weight 145g approx.

Pair George III Irish sterling silver basting spoons Dublin 1816, together with three Irish sterling silver tablespoon and dessert spoon, all with bright cut handles

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