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Set 6 early Victorian hallmarked sterling silver sauce ladles. London 1837, maker WH. Monogrammed and numbered one through 6. Length 17 cm (each) Wt. 241g (total)

English hallmarked sterling silver William IV pair of sauce ladles in the Old English pattern, London, 1835, maker Randall Chatterton. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Length 17 cm. Weight 108g

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian pair of sauce ladles in the fiddle & thread pattern, monogrammed 'Sc'. London, 1842, maker William Robert Smily. Condition: good, minor tarnishing. Length 17.5 cm. Weight 130g

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian pair of sauce ladles in the fiddle pattern, engraved with a tree armorial. London, 1839, maker Mary Chawner. Condition: good, some tarnishing. Length 18.5 cm. Weight 157g

English hallmarked sterling silver George III pair of sauce ladles in the Old English pattern, with an enragev tree atump armorial. London, 1801, maker William Eley & William Fearn. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Length 17.5 cm. Weight 110g

English stirling silver King's pattern sauce ladle & mote spoon, Birmingham, 40g

A pair of small Scottish Georgian sterling silver ladles, 1806 Edinburgh, with maker's marks for John Graham, the small sauce ladles in fiddle design, hallmarked underside to terminals, silver weight 53gr, length 17.5 cm.

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

A William IV silver sauce ladle, plain form, engraved 'R I'; Hyam Hyams, London, 1822. Length 17 cms. Weight 57.9g.

A George III sterling silver set of 3 Bead pattern sauce ladles with fluted bowls by Thomas Pratt & Arthur Humphries, London 1781/3

William IV hallmarked sterling silver sauce ladle, hallmarked Glasgow 1831, maker 'Wm/Am.' fiddle thread & shell pattern, monogrammed. Length 16.5 cm. Wt. 64g

Two sterling silver sauce ladles Hallmarked London 1815 & 1813, 114 gms approx

Sterling silver pickle fork and small sauce ladle marked STERLING, 14.9 cm long (longest)

Georgian sterling silver sauce ladle together with a sterling silver child's fork and spoon, 94 grams approx

Scottish hallmarked sterling silver George III sauce ladle with a bowed handle. Edinburgh, 1804, maker James Orr condition good, slight tarnishing. Length 39 cm weight 221g

Sterling silver sauce ladle Hardy Brothers Sheffield 1919 weighs 80gms with Hardy Brothers sterling silver butter knife Sheffield 1928 weighs 41gms

A rare pair of Indian Colonial silver sauce ladles by William Henry Twentyman, circa 1820. In the Old English pattern, 67 grams.

A pair of Victorian sterling silver sauce ladles, by George Adams, London 1841. In the fiddle and thread pattern, weight 152 grams.

Sterling silver sauce ladle hallmarked Edinburgh 1812, maker Hugh and Michael Strain, 22grams approx

George III sterling silver sauce ladle hallmarked London 1775, maker John Lambe, 18.7 cm long, 43 grams approx

A pair of William IV silver sauce ladles, fiddle pattern initialled; London 1830

A 19th century Irish silver sauce ladle, fiddle pattern; Joshua Buckton, Dublin 1822

An Edwardian silver sauce ladle, Old English pattern; Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, London 1903. Weight approx 300g

A pair of Edwardian silver sauce ladles, Old English pattern; Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, London 1903. Weight 165g

Sterling silver Old English pattern sauce ladle, London 1819

Pair of sterling silver sauce ladles, hallmarked: London 1832.

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' sauce ladle, 1945 onwards, in acorn or Konge pattern number 62, designed by Johan Rohde, 1915, with a shaped lightly beaten bowl, and an ionic scroll and bands to the throat, the long slender faceted handle with a pie

A George III Irish sterling silver sauce ladle engraved dog crest. Dublin 1816. Weight 52g. Length 17 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver pair of sauce ladles in the Queens pattern. London, 1923, maker Charles S green & Co Ltd. Length 16 cm weight 182g

A rare George II bottom marked Hanoverian silver sauce ladle, with a wrythen fluted bowl. London 1757 by William Turner. Length 33 cm

A pair of lily pattern basting spoons, and a sauce ladle. Maker: L.A

Pr. Theo Olsen Norway silver spoons, including sauce ladle & serving spoon. Marked '830.' ornate pierced handles. Length 14 cm. (each) Wt. 91g (total)

Pair Victorian hallmarked sterling silver sauce ladles. London 1837, makers Mary Crowner. Monogrammed. Wt. 126g (total)

Pair George IV hallmarked sterling silver sauce ladles. London 1818, maker Ih. Crest marks. Wt. 117g (total)

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