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Three William IV sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1837 (Charles Taylor & Son), 22 cm long approx, 226 grams approx

Pair of Geo. III Irish sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked Dublin 1798 (Michael Keating), 21.5 cm long approx, 117 grams appox

George III sterling silver soup spoon, hallmarked London 1805 (George Smith (IV)), 22.5 cm long approx, 74 grams appox

Pair of George III sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1808 (Richard Crossley & George Smith IV), 22 cm long approx, 119 grams approx

Pair of George III sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1809, 22.5 cm long approx, 134 grams approx

Eight George III sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1807, 22 cm long approx, 488 grams approx

George II hallmarked sterling silver soup spoon. London 1752, maker HH. Some dents to bowl. Length 21 cm Wt. 53g

George III hallmarked sterling silver soup spoon. London 1807, maker RR monogrammed. Length 23 cm Wt. 63g

A set of four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1788 London, with maker's marks for Charles Hougham. the Old English spoons with bright cut feathered edges to shaped throats, engraved crests to the terminals; crisply hallmarked underside. Silver we

A set of four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1730s and after London, with maker's marks for Richard Pargeter, Sw and Ws, Hanoverian pattern spoons hallmarked underside to stems. Silver weight 221gr. Length 21 cm

A set of four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1766 London, with maker's marks for George Smith III. the Old English spoons with bright cut feathered edges, initialled to terminal & Hallmarked to stems underside. Silver weight 258gr. Length 21

A pair of Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1799 London, with maker's marks for George Burrows, of simple and elegant Old English design, and having a soft patina, with bright cut initials to the finials and crisply hallmarked underside, silver wei

A set of six Continental silver soup spoons, with.800 silver standard and stamped Wtb?, the elegant spoons of tapering slightly bulbous form with shaped terminals; hallmarked underside, silver weight 396gr, length 21 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.

Set of six sterling silver Old English pattern soup spoons, Sheffield 1933 - approx. weight 12 oz. troy

A set of six Victorian fiddle, thread pattern silver soup spoons and a similar seventh spoon, London, 1876. 613gm

A George III set of three silver soup spoons and a Victorian dessert and two silver entree forks with armorials. 588gm

Soup spoons. Three large sterling silver engraved 'L' by William Eley II London 1829 length 22.5 cm

Two George III hallmarked sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1810, maker Thomas Wilkes Barker. Crested. Dent to bowl of 1. Length 17 cm. Wt. 127g

Four Victorian hallmarked sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1840, maker John James Whiting, crested. Length 19 cm. Wt. 359g

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

Two sterling silver soup spoons including old English handle, hallmarked London 1774 (William Fearn), 20.5 cm long, 150gms total approx

Six early Victorian hallmarked sterling silver soup spoons. Five London 1840s, maker George W Adams; & one other. Wt.1410g (total)

Two antique Russian silver forks & 2 soup spoons (4), all 84 zolotniki purity, 298 grams approx

Seven antique sterling silver fiddle back spoons comprising of a pair of soup spoons and 3 dessert spoons London 1843, together with 2 dessert spoons Exeter 1853 (Josiah Williams & Co (James & Josiah Williams)), 373 grams approx

Scottish sterling silver Queen's pattern table & soup spoons, six of each. Mid 19th century

Pair of George III sterling silver soup spoons hallmarked London 1773, with later bright cut and pressed decoration, 20.5cm long approx, 109gms approx

Pair of sterling silver soup spoons, fiddle & shell pattern, hallmarked London 1853 144g approx.

Five antique sterling silver soup spoons comprising of 2 Georgian bright cut, (1 hallmarked London 1780), 2 fiddle back (London 1823 and 1837), 1 Old English (London 1818), 312gms approx

Four various Geo/Victorian hallmarked sterling silver soup spoons, including London 1813, maker Wt; London 1818, makers Sb/Ip; London 1819, makers Sb/Ip; & London 1875, maker's mark rubbed. Wt.271g (total)

A large German.800 tureen soup ladle, late 19th to early 20th century, with maker's mark for E Deppe, active Berlin; also marked to stem with Gbr Friedlaender, the spoon with a large flattened gilt washed bowl and a fiddle pattern stem having a threaded ed

A mixed group of nineteen Georgian and Victorian sterling silver spoons and forks, 1824, 1831 and 1861 London, with makers' marks for Charles & Henry Eley, William Chawner II, Samuel H Hayne, in 'King's' and 'Fiddle, thread and shell' patterns, comprising

Three various Geo/Edwardian hallmarked sterling silver soup spoons including pair Sheffield 1917, makers Cwf; and London 1890, makers George Maudsley Jackson. Wt. 213g (total)

Pair George III hallmarked sterling silver soup spoons. London 1808, makers Jh. Monogrammed. Wt. 161g (total)

Six various George III hallmarked sterling silver soup spoons, including pair London 1797, makers George Smith IV; London 1819, maker Robert Eley; London 1806, makers Peter & William Batemen; London 1798, makers George Smith IV; and London c.1780 (marks ru

A set of six George III silver soup spoons. Maker Hester Bateman. 1774.

Three Georgian sterling silver spoons, circa 1773 London, with maker's marks for possibly Francis Crump, a pair of Old English pattern soup spoons; hallmarked to stem but partly rubbed, and, late 18th century London, with maker's mark for John Lambe, a ser

A fine set of six sterling silver soup spoons. 1782 London, with maker's marks for Hester Bateman, of Old English form, the terminals bearing the engraved armorial of a boar pierced with an arrow; clearly hallmarked underside to stems. Silver weight 404gr.

Five Victorian sterling silver spoons hallmarked London 1853, 350grams, 3 soup & 2 dessert spoons, fiddle back with Capper family armorial

Two matching Georgian hallmarked sterling silver soup spoons. London 1801, maker Stephen Adams. Monogrammed. Length 22 cm each. Total weight 129g

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