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Five sterling silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, Exeter 1850, and a similar fiddle pattern teaspoon, London 1851 (approx. 4 oz. troy)

A large and unique set of J. A. Linton, Australian sterling silver spoons, comprising six serving spoons, four teaspoons, and 24 sweet spoons, each with decorative pierced handles in the form of various Australian wildflowers, approx. Total weight 824gm.

Set of four Georgian sterling silver tea spoons, hand engraved with crown and horse crest, various marks, WE, GF, 1816 and later, 64g (4)

James Alexander Barrow Linton (English/Australian, 1904-1980), set of six Arts & Crafts silver coffee spoons, with wildflower design handles and hammered bowls, hallmarked 'JAL ST. Silver' and stamped with a gumnut (6), approx. Weight 49 grams

Set of six sterling silver tea spoons, marked Sheffield, 1923, Cb&S 66g (6)

Four antique Irish silver fiddle pattern tea spoons, crested with a lion holding a boars head, marked 1858, Victoria head, Hibernia, Dublin, Cc, 100g, 15 cm long (4)

Five early Georgian sterling silver tea spoons, marked pre 1770 small goods marks, one 1784 piece approx 89g (5)

A German silver set of six tea spoons, the handle shaped as the rose tree of Hildesheim. Stamped 'Silver 835 Germany'

Seven sterling silver coffee spoons hallmarked Birmingham 1925

Set of 6 antique sterling silver coffee spoons 65g approx.

J. A. Linton, collection of 6 sterling silver Wildflower tea spoons, in the arts & crafts style with Wildflower finials, stamped with JAL & Gumnut marks, length 11 cm

J. A. Linton, set of 6 sterling silver coffee spoons, in the arts & crafts style with acanthus leaves and, scrolls finials, stamped with JAL & 'Gumnut' marks, length 8.5 cm

Six Victorian sterling silver tea spoons, of fiddle and shell pattern and monogrammed, makers mark Ts, Newcastle 1868. Weight 133g.

Set of five Georgian silver tea spoons, Old English with thread pattern, marked Duty, George's head, probably 1792, approx 82g, approx 13 cm long (5)

Set of Victorian sterling silver tea spoons, kings pattern, marked Newcastle, 1864, with crowned Leopards head, approx 165g, approx 14 cm long (8)

Set of William IV sterling silver tea spoons, fiddle thread and shell pattern, crested with rearing horse, marked London, 1831, WE, approx 185g, 14 cm long

Seven silver tea spoons, of Art Deco design. Stamped 800

Four early 19th century large silver tea spoons, fiddle pattern, with rare marks probably Koenigsberg, Germany, various marks A. RON 12, Crown with cross 2, all slightly rubbed. Approx 55.7g (4)

Six sterling silver rose tea spoons, stamped 835, 50grams approx

Twelve early Georgian silver English tea spoons "fancy lace backs" & cupid motif C.1720-1780. Approx 102g

Six silver tea spoons with paua shell finish Tasmanian shield stone: Liberty & Co Ltd Birmingham 1926. Total weight 77.4g

Two Australian sterling silver tea spoons the handles finishing by a boomerang or a kangaroo. Weight 11.6g

A set of Twelve antique sterling silver tea spoons engraved with floral handles, marked London, 1884, George Maudsley Jackson, approx 225g, 13cm

Set of four William Bateman sterling silver tea spoons old English pattern marked London, 1825, WB, approx 80g, 14 cm long

A set of Georgian Sterling Silver tea spoons Hallmarked Exeter, 1792, William Woodsman, approx 90g, 14 cm long

Three George iii sterling silver tea spoons old English pattern, marked with Duty, sterling, 1801, William Eley & William Fern, No City Mark, approx 56g, 14 cm long

A Victorian set of six sterling silver egg spoons, an early Georgian tea spoon. Five with Exeter marks, one with London pre 1770, marked Exeter James & Josiah Williams 1864 and others, approx 99g (7)

Three Georgian sterling silver old English pattern tea spoons, marked London, 1836, SH, DC, approx 82g, 14 cm long

Six Edwardian sterling silver tea spoons hallmarked London 1902, 72g approx.

A Victorian Scottish sterling silver King’s pattern sauce ladle by John Mitchell, Glasgow 1833, a Fiddle pattern sauce ladle by William Eley, London 1827 and four teaspoons

Austro-Hungarian silver set of nine teaspoons in the fiddle pattern. Maker Hs. Condition good, some age related wear. Length 15.5 cm. Weight 258g

Set of five sterling silver & enamel coffee spoons hallmarked Birmingham 1924

Set of four silver gilt and enamel coffee spoons, 830 Continental

Six Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, hallmarked Sheffield 1889 with shell shaped bowls, spiral twist stems and fiddle back scroll finials, 81 grams approx.

Four sterling silver coffee spoons, hallmarked Birmingham 1953, 31 grams approx

Set of six sterling silver coffee spoons, hallmarked London 1937, together with a sugar spoon hallmarked Sheffield 1926 and a sterling silver mustard spoon, 78 grams

A set of 12 Victorian sterling silver spoons and set of 6 matching teaspoons. Plus 6 Georgian sterling silver teaspoons.

A set of seven Victorian and earlier silver fiddle and shell pattern teaspoons. 188gm

Set of Norwegian silver & enamel tea spoons & cake forks. J Tostrup, (A/F one teaspoon missing)

A JA Linton, sterling silver, set of six arts & Crafts style tea spoons, with scroll and acanthus leaf style finial. Stamped marks: 'JAL, STG.SILVER' and 'Gumnut'. Length 11.2 cm

A set of six J. A. Linton, sterling silver, Wildflower. Coffee spoons, each finial depicting a different wildflower. Stamped marks: 'JAL, SILVER' and 'Gumnut'. Length 8.5 cm