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George III sterling silver meat skewer with hallmarks for London 1803

George III sterling silver skewer, hallmarked London 1808, maker William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, 106grams

Two spoon straws & a skewer, including silver, 16 cm long (skewer) approx.

A George III silver meat skewer, with loop terminal. William Eley and William Fearn London, 1804. 33 cm long, 96g.

An elaborate French sterling silver (925) meat skewer, L. 25.5 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver George III meat skewer having a ringed end, engraved with a lion & Crown armorial. London, 1809, makers mark rubbed. Condition: good, some wear consistant with age. Lenmgth 27.5 cm. Weight 76g

English hallmarked sterling silver George III meat skewer having a ribbon type looped end, with an engraved dragon armorial. London, 1764, maker Thomas Whipham & Charles Wright. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Length 27.8 cm. Weight 73g

A sterling silver skewer, worn makers mark, London 1791. 30 cm long.

A sterling silver meat skewer, William Eaton / London / 1821, (overall surface scratches), approximately 124gms, 30 cm long

An early 19th century silver meat skewer, plain tapering shape with oval ring finial. Newcastle by Thomas Watson. Length 30.5 cm

Meat skewer. Sterling silver by Cooper & Sons Sheffield 1975

George III hallmarked sterling silver skewer, hallmarked London 1805, maker 'Gs.'. Length 33 cm. Wt. 100g

Three Georgian silver meat Skewers by Jonathan Hayne, London 1827, Walter Tweedie, London 178O, Richard Britton, London 1817, each of typical form with ring handle, the Jonathan Hayne example with horse crest, 321 grams in total.Provenance: Purchased from

Set of 6 sterling silver skewers with enamelled rooster ends, stamped Sterling Silver

A George II silver double lipped punch ladle with turned pearwood handle, William Justus, London 1735, a George III tapering silver meat skewer, George Cowles, London 1790, a George III silver soup ladle, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1802, a silver

George III sterling silver meat skewer, hallmarked London 1773, maker William Taunt, length 13.5 cm, 96 grams approx.

Two silver skewers, each approx 25.5 cm L (2)

George III sterling silver meat skewer, hallmarked London 1809, makers Eley, Fearm & Chawner. Approx 33 cm long and approx 111 grams

Irish sterling silver meat skewer, Dublin, Georgian, no date or makers stamp

A sterling silver meat skewer (monogrammed M). Makers: Thomas Wallis and Jonathan Hayne. London 1821. 66gm.

A Victorian sterling silver meat skewer, Queen's pattern, London 1838. 136g. Length 30 cm

Antique Georgian sterling silver poultry skewer London 1794

A good Georgian sterling silver meat skewer London, 1763. Length 29 cm

A Georgian sterling silver tapered meat skewer of diamond cross section. George Smith and William Fearn. London, 1794. Length 30 cm

A George III silver game skewer, traditional tapered diamond form blade, reeded ring handle, scripted W. initial. London 1795 by Thomas Northcote & George Bourne. Weight 7 cm. Length 25.8 cm

A George III silver meat skewer, by Richard Crossley, London 1792, with scratch weight 2=9, crest and coronet, 28 cm long; a later skewer by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1972, 15.5 cm long; and a marrow scoop by William & Sons Ltd, London 1897. (3)

George III silver skewer with hallmarks for London 1773 large and heavy gauge

Georgian sterling silver meat skewer Chester 1801. Maker R.I.

William Chawner, sterling silver meat skewer, having plain faceted blade and ring and initialled 'N', bearing marks for William Chawner, London 1780. Weight 100grs. Length 30.5 cm

An 18th century English marrow scoop, a Mathew Boulton grouse skewer, two early toddy ladles, a candle snuffer, a pair of Kings Pattern grape scissors and a pair of English sterling silver sugar nips

Meat skewer early 20th century silver 'Cristofle' length 26 cm

Sterling silver marrow scoop 23 cm together with sterling silver meat skewer 25.5 cm scoop is Edinburgh 1824, maker obscured, skewer London 1827

A George IV silver meat skewer, London 1834, by Robert Rutland, crested, 31 cm long

A George III silver meat skewer London 1789, maker Hester Bateman 14 inches long

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