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Antique German silver Berry bowl with hand blown glass liner and an amber Hildersheim spoon 800 arts & crafts marks to bowl German 800, Robert Altermann, approx 85g & 7.5 cm dia

A Miscellany of twelve fancy spoons, Picks, one fork and a bottle opener, sterling and Continental silver, early 19th century and later, various dates and makers, comprising small berry spoons, a set of four German silver long stemmed leaf spoons, and oth

Five assorted sterling, Britannia and Continental silver spoons, early 19th to 20th century, a Georgian berry spoon, a shell jam spoon, a trefid finial rat tail spoon with crest for the Royal Cinque Ports golf club, and two others, Continental and other ma

A pair of George III sterling silver spoons by Hester Bateman, London 1784, with a George I spoon and a Georgian berry spoon, in the Hanoverian rat tail design, 245 grams in total (4)

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian gilt dessert service comprising a pair of grape shears, sugar sifter & a pair of berry spoons, having raised classical themed detail, & floral engraving. Set in an aubergine silk & velvet lined hard

English hallmarked sterling silver George III berry spoons having hand-chased handles with floral decoration, & gold-gilt hand-chased fluted bowls with fruit decoration. Edinburgh, 1800, maker Alexander Zeigler. Condition good, minor age related wear.

Georgian bright cut sterling silver berry spoon with gilded bowl

Georgian sterling silver berry spoon, hallmarked London 1827 George IV

English hallmarked sterling silver George III berry spoons having hand chased handles with floral decoration, & gilt hand chased fluted bowls with fruit decoration. London, 1811, maker Solomon Hougham. Condition, good, minor tarnishing, expected age re

Pair of sterling silver berry spoons, maker W.S & R.C (hallmarks poor)

A pair of George III silver gilt berry spoons, London 1804. William Eley and William Fean.

Scottish hallmarked sterling silver George III pair of berry spoons with raised fruit detail to the bowl & a gilt wash, having engraved foliate detail to the handle. Edinburgh, 1796, maker Francis Howden. Weight 61g. Edinburgh, 1808, maker John Zeigler

Two silver berry spoons, one George III London, 1805 maker Peter Anne & William Bateman and one Solomon Hougham London 1806 total weight of 98gm

Pair of William IV Scottish silver berry spoons Edinburgh 1834

A pair of Georgian sterling silver berry spoons, 1798 & 1806 London, with maker's marks for William Eley & William Fearn, the spoons with tapering crimp edged bowls embossed and chased with berry designs, with fiddle pattern handles, bright cut

Pair of Georgian silver berry spoons with gilded bowls London 1796 makers Peter & Anne Bateman

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

A pair of Georgian sterling silver berry spoons, fiddle pattern, marker's mark obscured, Exeter, 1823. Total weight 142g.

Near pair George IV hallmarked sterling silver berry spoons. London 1822, maker William Chawner; & London 1824, makers mark rubbed, length 22 cm (each) weight 115g

Pair of George III sterling silver fiddle pattern berry spoons, London 1816

Two Georgian berry spoons, hallmarked Edinburgh circa 1799

A George III silver berry spoon, with gilt spoon, plain form handle with floral engraving; George Smith III, London, 1783.

A Continental silver berry spoon, scalloped bowl with rose form handle; German.

A Walker & Hall sterling silver berry spoon, Sheffield 1903, 87g

A George III Scottish sterling silver pair of berry spoons by James Nasmyth, Edinburgh 1815 (2)

An Edward VII silver berry spoon, floral scrolled spoon, large bead terminal; Norton & white, Birmingham, 1906. Length 25 cms. Weight 60g.

A fine pair of Georgian sterling silver berry spoons, 1792 London, with maker's marks (to one spoon only) for Richard Crossley, Delightfully cast with crimped and fruit embossed bowls to long tapering finely hammered and scroll engraved stems and trefid sh

Pair of George III sterling silver berry spoons, hallmarked London 1808 (Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult), 21.5 cm long approx, 119 grams approx

A Georg Jensen silver berry leaf condiment ladle with planished bowl. Length 12 cm. Weight 25g.

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

Sterling silver berry spoon & 3 butter knives with various hallmarks including London 1773 & 1862, 205 grams

A pair of silver berry spoons by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London, 1895

Pair of sterling silver berry serving spoons hallmarked London 1837, width 132g approx