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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

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian set of six forks in the Old English fiddle pattern, with various engraved monograms. London, 1860, maker Elizabeth & John Eaton. Condition good, minor age related wear. Weight 407g

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian set of six forks in the Old English fiddle pattern, monogrammed 'Ag'. London, 1843, maker John James Whiting. Condition good, minor age related wear. Weight 453g

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

Harlequin set of six sterling silver fiddle and thread table forks, George III, William IV and Victoria, approx. 18 oz. troy

Sterling silver slice c.1844, Victorian fiddle pattern

A fiddle pattern silver basting spoon, monogram MW on handle, maker: Mary Sumner, London, 1808, 124gm.

A collection of sterling silver cutlery comprising four George III Hanover pattern table spoons by John Innocent, London 1762, six fancy Fiddle pattern tea spoons by George Adams, London 1870, ten various pieces of cutlery and seven Austrian silver teaspoo

A collection of fifty items of sterling silver cutlery, comprising six Hanoverian pattern table forks and six dessert forks by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1913, eleven Old English pattern table forks, six Fiddle pattern dessert spoons by A

Four sterling silver and Britannia standard spoons & ladles, 1,800-1825, Aberdeen, with marks for George Booth, a small ladle; late 18th century Birmingham, a small toddy ladle with a baleen handle; 1881 Edinburgh (and Aberdeen) with marks for George S

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

Two sterling silver shovel shaped cheese Scoops, 1868 London, with maker's mark for Chawner & Co (George Adams), 1905 Sheffield, with maker's mark for John round & Son Ltd, a Victorian shell and thread fiddle pattern scoop and an Edwardian

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

English hallmarked sterling silver William IV fish slice in the fiddle & thread pattern, with an engraved lion armorial. London, 1835, maker Charles Shipway. Condition: good, minor tarnishing. Length 32.5 cm. Weight 202g

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian set of twelve spoons in the fiddle pattern, monogrammed 'S'. London, 1846, maker John James Whiting. Condition: good, minor tarnishing. Length 17.7 cm. Weight 652g

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 set of six forks in the fiddle & thread pattern. London, 1810, maker Thomas Wilkes Barker. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Length 20 cm. Weight 409g

English hallmarked sterling silver George III serving spoon in the fiddle & thread pattern, with an engraved lion armorial. London, 1819, maker William Bateman I. Condition: good, minor tarnishing. Length 29.5 cm. Weight 142g

Two silver serving spoons, marks of William Chinnerey, London, 1826 and Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London, 1843, fiddle pattern, hallmarked (2), approx. Weight 266 grams

A George III silver caddy spoon, fiddle form, ribbed border; Sarah & John William Blake, London, 1814.

A George III silver caddy spoon, fiddle form; Jjc, London, 1795. Weight 14.3g.

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)

Pair Victorian sterling silver asparagus tongs fiddle pattern with pierced oblong grips, London, 1854, maker Elizabeth Eaton

A composed suite of sterling silver fiddle pattern cutlery including Georgian and Victorian dates and makers, comprising 5 tablespoons, 15 table forks, 12 dessert spoons, 11 dessert forks, 2 sauce ladles and 12 teaspoons, some with engraved crests and init

An English silver basting spoon, by George Jackson & David Fullerton 1911, with fiddle back and engraved eagle crested handle, 157 grams

Rare antique Scottish provincial sterling silver ladles, fiddle pattern marked William Whitecross c.1840's, approx 13 cm long, 60g

Rare Georgian Scottish provincial sterling silver ladles, fiddle pattern marked Nathaniel Rae c.1821-36, and unknown maker WI, ABD approx 16 cm long 68g

Rare Georgian Scottish provincial sterling silver toddy ladle, fiddle pattern, marks, Anchor & Rope, G, Stag, DG approx 15 cm long, 30g

Pair of Irish silver serving spoons, fiddle rat-tail pattern, Dublin 1832

Two Irish silver serving spoons, fiddle rat-tail pattern, Dublin 1832

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 French.950 silver serving spoon 1838 and after, plus maker's lozenge mark with partial surname, star and other figural mark, probably Mathieu (Katz?), with a fine patina, the spoon of thread edge fiddle design, hallmarked underside. Silver weight 145

A Continental silver ladle, after 1886 Germany, with mark of.800 fineness. The fluted oval bowl of deep form with a lightly gilded brushed interior, and having a threaded fiddle pattern handle; hallmarked underside to throat. Silver weight 161gr. Length 35

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

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

A good set of six Victorian sterling silver forks, 1874/75 London, with maker's marks for George Adams, the heavy gauge forks of fiddle and thread design, with engraved crests to the finials; crisply hallmarked underside, silver weight 552gr, length 20

A pair of Monogrammed sterling silver gravy ladles, 1818/19 London, with maker's mark for William Bateman, in fiddle pattern with oval bowls; hallmarked underside to stems, silver weight 138gr, length 16.5 cm.

A pair of Georgian sterling silver berry spoons, 1798 & 1806 London, with maker's marks for William Eley & William Fearn, the spoons with tapering crimp edged bowls embossed and chased with berry designs, with fiddle pattern handles, bright cut

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.

Two pairs of Georgian sterling silver sugar nips, 1823/24 London, with maker's marks for Thomas Dicks, and; 1821/22 London, with maker's marks for Edward Farrell, the fiddle pattern pair hallmarked to interiors of stems, silver weight 86gr, length

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