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Pair of modern sterling silver toast racks, marked Sheffield, Queens Jubilee, E, HH approx 240g (2)

A stunning very early Victorian Queen's (or Rosette) pattern basting spoon of exceptional quality with period engraved armorial. Maker: William Bateman. London, 1838

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

A Victorian silver spoon, Queen's Rosette pattern (King's shape), initialled; A.H., Sheffield 1853.

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

Victorian Queen's pattern basting spoon & sterling silver fish server. (2 items)

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

Scottish Kings pattern flatware service double struck and crested, comprising eight table spoons, eight table forks, six dessert spoons, six tea spoons, two basting spoons, hallmarked Robert grey & Sons, Glasgow 1824, together with matching fish servers, R

117 pieces hallmarked sterling silver Queens pattern cutlery. Various hallmarks and makers including George & Victorian, comprising 12 soup spoons (small); 8 soup spoons (large); 10 teaspoons; 11 dessert spoons; 12 entree knives; 12 fruit knives; 12 dinner

A Victorian sterling silver meat skewer, Queen's pattern, London 1838. 136g. Length 30 cm

An early Victorian silver mustard spoon, double struck Queen's pattern, gilded bowl. London 1843 by Chawner & Co. Weight 34gms

Hallmarked sterling silver cutlery consisting of two table spoons. London, 1799, maker William Eley & William Fearn. Weight 65g one table spoon, London, 1799, maker George Smith weight 30g one table spoon. London, 1789, maker Hester Bateman weight 40g ster

A matched sterling silver Queen's pattern table service by Henry Birk and Sons Canada. Comprising 96 pieces in total

Sterling silver cutlery set, London 1833 (Queens pattern) setting for 6

Set 6 Georgian hallmarked sterling silver Queens Ptn soup spoons. London 1825 and 1826, marked for Robert Eley. All monogrammed.

Victorian 30 piece Queens pattern hallmarked sterling silver cutlery set, including 6 dinner knives, sterling handles Sheffield, c.1881, marked as Newton & Sons; 6 soup spoons, London 1845 marks for Joseph Angel; 6 dessert forks, London 1845 marked for Jos

24 piece Queens pattern sterling silver handled fish cutlery set, for 12, sheffield 1960. Maker C.H.B

A good set of Victorian sterling silver cutlery, Queen's pattern comprising twelve each of table forks spoons desert forks and spoons teaspoons. Plus twelve matching table and desert knives 1922. Maker George Angell London 1845-1867. Eighty four pieces tot

William Eaton, sterling silver soup ladle, Queens (variant) pattern, having ovoid bowl and bearing marks for William Eaton, London 1834. Weight 310grs. Length 36 cm

A Victorian silver 'Queen's Pattern' flatware setting for twelve, London Makers Include George Adams, comprising twelve of each large knives, entree knives, large forks, entree forks, dessert spoons, large serving spoons and teaspoons (84) 6354gms

Victorian sterling silver soup ladle Queens pattern with anthemion heel London 1856

A commemorative 'Silver wedding' sterling silver teaspoon set, circa1973, London, Richard Comyns, the set of ten spoons commemorating Hrh the Queen's silver wedding (1947-1972) depicted as 'The Queens Beasts' each with an individual gilded beast to the han

Queens pattern silver canteen for eight by, Roberts & Belk, maker's mark of Roberts & Belk, Sheffield,1981 comprising: eight table forks, eight dessert forks, eight table spoons, eight dessert spoons, eight teaspoons, eight table knives, eight dessert kniv

A 19th century silver table service of Queen's pattern flatware and cutlery, various dates and makers, comprising:- 72 table spoons (all London, 36 1855, by George Adams, 9 1820/31, by William Chawner, 17 1828, by AB Savory and 10 1828, by TC Savory) 144 t

A William IV sterling silver Queens pattern basting spoon. Maker George Thomson. Glasgow 1835

A Victorian sterling silver Queens pattern basting spoon. Maker JMS. Edinburgh 1835

Hallmarked sterling silver 19th century Kings pattern sauce ladle & Queens pattern spoon

Set twelve Victorian sterling silver Queens pattern dessert spoons London 1848

Victorian Queens pattern silver ladle, maker W R Smiley London, 1851

George VI sterling silver Shafted canteen of flatware, Sheffield modelled in Queens pattern, approx. 105 pieces

An extensive Queen's pattern plated flatware service, by Elkington & Co of Birmingham, late 19th century, comprising twenty four each of table spoons, table forks, dessert spoons and dessert forks, twelve each of fish knives and fish forks, two egg spoons,

Two sets hallmarked sterling silver teaspoons commemorating Queens silver Jubilee, 1977, each set has 8 spoons with special Queens head hallmark with 4 town marks

A Victorian Queen's pattern sterling silver stilton spoon maker's marks George W Adams, London 1875 84 grs. Total weight of silver

Ten sterling silver queens pattern spoons, hallmarked for Glasgow 1853-54