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A hand beaten silver (920) & horn ladle, marked 'Jpt 920 Aust, 289 g

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 silver gilt straining ladle with a mahogany handle, 18th century, with rubbed Crown over shield mark, possibly Belgian. the pierced ellipse shaped ladle with borders and star forms, with a slender timber handle. Length 31.5 cm

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

A George III sterling silver ladle, 1809 Edinburgh, with maker's mark for Robert Gray & Son. a 'Fiddle Pattern' ladle of generous proportions engraved with a decorative 'C' to the terminal; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 213gr.

German silver 800 standard ladle having a shield form handle & a plain bowl. Condition: good, minor tarnishing. Length 32 cm. Weight 225g

English hallmarked sterling silver ladle George III ladle in the Old English pattern, with a dove & olive engraved armorial, monogrammed 'Ao' & 'Aw'. London, 1786, maker George Smith III. Condition: good, minor wear. Weight 173g

Victorian silver ladle William Eaton, London 1840, approx. 69gr

Rare antique Scottish provincial sterling silver ladles, fiddle pattern marked William Whitecross c.1840's, approx 13 cm long, 60g

Rare Late Georgian provincial sterling silver ladle, with crest double headed eagle marked Rob & Rob Keay, Perth c 1825- 35 approx 17 cm long, 48g

Rare Georgian Scottish provincial sterling silver ladles, fiddle pattern marked Nathaniel Rae c.1821-36, and unknown maker WI, ABD approx 16 cm long 68g

Pair rare George III Scottish provincial sterling silver ladles, clean terminals for engraving, marked James Erskine, c.1792- 1818 approx 14 cm, 40g

Three sterling silver items, a cheese scoop with 'Ivory' handle, Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1782; a ladle William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1806; and a pair of sugar tongs, Mary Sumner, London 1808, monogrammed R*H

A pair of sterling silver ladles, Kings pattern, Sebastian Henry Garrard- Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1923. Weight 173g

Late 19th century German 800 silver ladle and serving spoon, approx. 121gr

A large German.800 silver ladle, circa early 1900s, with maker's mark for Koch & Bergfeld, having a saucepan shaped gilt washed bowl and a long tapering navette shaped handle with a threaded edge to both sides embellished with an intermittent ribbo

A Dutch.833 silver thread edge ladle 1915, with maker's mark for Kempen & Zonen, Voorschoten. The ladle with a tapering curvaceous handle and a rounded end; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 233gr. Length 28.5 cm

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 Continental silver ladle, after 1886 Germany, with mark of.800 fineness. The fluted oval bowl of deep form with a lightly gilded brushed interior, and having a threaded fiddle pattern handle; hallmarked underside to throat. Silver weight 161gr. Length 35

A pair of Monogrammed sterling silver gravy ladles, 1818/19 London, with maker's mark for William Bateman, in fiddle pattern with oval bowls; hallmarked underside to stems, silver weight 138gr, length 16.5 cm.

An American sterling silver twist stem ladle, first quarter 20th century, with maker's mark for Whiting Manufacturing, the spoon having an elegant lobed bowl flowing to a tightly spiralled stem, with a more expansive square form twist to the finial; ha

A pair of Georgian sterling silver gravy ladles, 1830 London, with maker's marks for William Chawner, the fiddle pattern ladles with oval bowls; hallmarked to the finials, silver weight 85gr, length 16.5 cm.

A pair of sterling silver ladles, fiddle back form; Robert Stebbings, London, 1890.

English hallmarked sterling silver George III ladle designed in the fiddle pattern. York, 1810, maker Robert cattle & James Barber. Condition good, minor age related wear. Length 33 cm. Weight 220g

Sterling silver Old English pattern gravy ladle, London 1799

A sterling silver caddy spoon, French silver sifting spoon, French silver server, a ladle and sugar tongs.

Two George III fiddle and thread pattern silver ladles, London, 1910. 111gm

A pair of Hanoverian silver ladles by maker George Smith & William Fearn, 1810. 144gm

George IV silver ladle, Hanoverian pattern, maker William Bateman II London 1829. weight: 220gm

A pair of silver ladles made by George William Adams, London, 1849. 180gm

Sterling silver ladle by Hobart Colonial silversmith, David Barclay, 35 cm C1840

i) A J. A. Linton, sterling silver, Arts & Crafts style ladle, with mythical dolphin finial. Stamped marks: 'JAL, SILVER' and 'Gumnut'. Length 12.2m. ii) A J A Linton, sterling silver, Arts & Crafts style. Butter knife, with kangaroo paw finial. Stamped ma

Four various hallmarked sterling silver ladles. Larger hallmarked London possibly 1822; 3 other Georgian Alexander Henderson, different dates (some monogrammed). Length 18.5 cm & 14.5 cm. Wt. 133g

An Australian silver cream ladle with swan finial, J.A. Linton, Perth