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English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian soup ladle in the Old English fiddle pattern, monogrammed 'D'. London, 1846, maker Joseph & Albert Savory. Condition good, minor tarnishing, small dent to the rim. Length 34.5 cm. Weight 268g

A George II sterling silver Old English and Shell soup ladle with fluted bowl and engraved contemporary script initials by Thomas Devonshire & William Watkins, London 1759

An Austro-Hungarian. 800 silver soup ladle and an American sterling silver toddy ladle, 1872-1922 period, with Dianakopf mark of fineness to cinquefoil and maker's mark ?M;, circa 1895, with maker's marks for Hamilton Diesinger, a long spiral stemm

An Austro-Hungarian. 800 silver soup ladle, 1872-1922 period, Vienna, with Dianakopf mark of fineness to cinquefoil, a fiddle pattern ladle with a semi-circular bowl, engraved B.T to terminal; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 181gr. Length 32 cm

A fine heavy gauge Victorian sterling silver soup ladle, 1876 London, with maker's mark SS in rectangular cartouche. the fiddle pattern ladle with an oval bowl, the square section stem with canted edges and initialled to the terminal; hallmarked to ste

A French. 800 silver soup ladle, early 19th century, with Paris provincial mark, 800 silver provincial cockerel mark, and maker's mark 'K' with leaf in lozenge, an elegant long stemmed ladle with an arrow from drop, tapering handle to a swollen

Two silver soup ladles, 800 French and. 812 German, 1798-1809, with provincial mark, 800 silver cockerel mark, and maker's mark of V with clover in a lozenge, with a large bowl, and a ribbed and waisted terminal, early 19th century, with 13 loth mark a

A French.950 silver soup ladle 1798-1809, with cockerel, maker's mark Gg in lozenge, other marks, with a fine patina, the generous ladle of thread edge fiddle design, hallmarked underside. Silver weight 235gr. Length 33 cm

A Georgian sterling silver soup ladle, 1808 London, with maker's mark, apparently Il for John Lias, a fiddle pattern spoon with an oval bowl; hallmarked to underside of terminal, silver weight 185gr, length 32.5 cm.

A George IV Scottish sterling silver Fiddle pattern soup ladle by Robert Gray & Son, Glasgow, 1827

Sterling silver cutlery set comprising eight table forks, two tablespoons, six solid silver fish knives and forks, pair of salad servers, basting spoon, soup ladle, solid silver crumb, solid silver fish servers, coffee spoons and three knives - Sheffield 1

Art Nouveau pattern 800 silver soup ladle, Austro-Hungary Empire

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver soup ladle, hallmarked London 1841, maker John James Whiting, crested. Length 33.5 cm. Wt. 310g

George III hallmarked sterling silver soup ladle, hallmarked London 1814, maker William Eley & William Fearn, King's pattern, crested. Dents & slight warping to bowl. Length 34 cm. Wt. 255g

An Assembled set of five English sterling silver servers, fiddle thread and shell pattern, 19th century, varying dates and makers, comprising fish fork, fish slice, soup ladle and a pair of serving spoons, finely decorated with fiddle thread and shell moti

Russian silver soup ladle Moscow circa 1908-26, 84 zolotnik purity, 32 cm long approx, 244 grams approx

Sterling silver soup ladle hallmarked Sheffield 1969, with Kings pattern, 291 grams approx

English hallmarked sterling silver George IV soup ladle having a handle in the double-struck Queens pattern, with a plain oval bowl and honey-suckle design on the heel. London, 1827, maker William Weston. Condition good, some tarnishing. Length 34 cm. Weig

Sterling silver soup ladle hallmarked Sheffield 1914, 251 grams approx

A George III silver soup ladle, Old English pattern; Thomas & William Chawner, London, 1767. Length 35 cms. Weight 170g.

A George III Exeter silver soup ladle. Maker Joseph Hicks. Exeter 1802. 190 gms.

Continental silver fiddle and thread soup ladle, approx. 8 oz. troy

A late 18th century silver soup ladle, Old English pattern, Scottish point, engraved initial; William Robertson, Edinburgh 1790. Length 38 cm. Weight approx 190g.

A George III provincial silver soup ladle, fiddle pattern, engraved crest and motto 'Esse Quam Videri', c.1800. Length 33 cm. Weight approx 225g.

Antique sterling silver Old English pattern soup ladle dated 1792 by George Smith & William fern

English hallmarked sterling silver George IV soup ladle in the fiddle pattern. London, 1822, maker William Troby condition good, age related wear, minor dents length 33 cm weight 227g

English hallmarked sterling silver George III soup ladle in the fiddle pattern. London, 1811, maker Peter & William Bateman condition good, minor age related wear. Length 33.5 cm weight 199g

A 19th century Maltese silver soup ladle, fiddle patter, engraved with a crest; Falson, c.1851. Length 31 cm. Weight approx 225g

A George IV Scottish silver soup ladle, fiddle pattern, engraved crest and motto 'A Te Pro Te' (Savage); Cameron (Dundee), Edinburgh 1826. Length 34.5 cm. Weight approx 250g

Antique German silver soup ladle marked 800, 36 cm long approx, 215 grams approx

A George IV Scottish silver soup ladle by George Fenwick, Edinburgh 1822. In the fiddle and shell pattern, monogrammed 'L' on the handle, 219 grams.

A rare George III Scottish Provincial silver soup ladle, plain circular bowl, Old English pattern. Dundee c.1776 by William Scott. Weight 17.8 cm

A Georgian sterling silver soup ladle hallmarked London 1813. Length 34.5 cm; weight 192grams

A George III silver soup ladle, Old English bead pattern, single struck; Thomas Hayter, London 1807. Weight approx 210g

George II sterling silver soup ladle with shell bowl, stem struck, London 1735

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

A Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Acorn' punch or soup ladle, 1945 onwards, in acorn or Konge pattern number 62, designed by Johan Rohde, 1915, having a shaped bowl in a lightly beaten finish, the handle with small ribs, bands and a broader faceted section t

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