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Eight Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, hallmarked London 1849 & 1852, 420 grams approx.

Collectible stamped Exter Victorian period sterling silver ladle and fish knife, fiddle pattern, marks 1850, Exeter, WP, 1841 RW approx 167g,18 cm long and smaller

Set of six Victorian sterling silver tea spoons, fiddle back pattern, WE, London, 1845, approx 146g, 14 cm long (6)

Victorian fiddle and thread sterling silver tea spoons, engraved with a Sheaf of Wheat crest marked George Adams of Chawners, 1864 approx 11 cm L, 100g (4)

Set of Six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern marked George Adams of Chawner & Co, 1840, London approx 18 cm L, 302g

Three sterling silver sugar tongs: two Victorian pairs and one late Georgian Irish pair, 1837 and after Dublin, London, various makers, three long handle fiddle pattern sugar tongs; hallmarked to all. Silver weight 139gr. Height 15.5 cm and smaller

Two Georgian sterling silver basting spoons, 1768 and 1818 London, with maker's mark for William & Thomas Chawner, and; John & Henry Lias, respectively, an Old English spoon and a later large fiddle pattern spoon, hallmarked underside to both.

A pair of Victorian sterling silver basting spoons by John Henry Lias, London 1839, in fiddle thread and shell design, 314 grams

Twelve marching Russian silver soup spoons, fiddle back, circa 1896-1908, 21 cm long, 928 grams approx

Three Colonial sterling silver fiddle pattern tablespoons, maker David Barclay (Van Diemen's Land first silversmith, died 1884) C1833

Two Austro-Hungarian.800 silver ladles, 1872-1922 period Vienna, with Diankopf stamp and mark of fineness, a large and smaller ladle with circular bowls, both with distinctive fiddle shaped terminals; hallmarked underside to both’silver weight 254gr.

Three sterling silver gravy ladles, 19th century, various makers, two Georgian and one Victorian ladle, all fiddle pattern, one with threaded edging; hallmarked underside to all’silver weight 203gr. Length 18 cm

Six Victorian sterling silver forks, shell & fiddle pattern, hallmarked London 1847, 433g approx.

George III sterling silver fish slice, fiddle pattern, marked 1809, Thomas Wallis, London, approx 28 cm long & 127g

Three Georgian and Victorian sterling silver various pattern sugar tongs, 1. Bright cut London c. 1790. 2. George Angell London 1860. 3. Fiddle pattern 1892. Total weight 168g, Longest 15.5 cm

Three Georgian and Victorian sterling silver fiddle pattern sugar tongs, 1. James Beebe London 1816. 2. John Zeigler Edinburgh 1808. 3. J Whipple & Co. Exteter 1875. Weight 146g

A long Georgian sterling silver basting spoon, fiddle and thread pattern with hallmarks London 1798. Makers Ely & Fearn. Length 30.5 cm

Pair of antique sterling silver ladles, fiddle pattern marked Duty dodge? Approx 100g

A pair of Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1808 London with maker's marks for Richard turner & John Shea, the fiddle pattern spoons with scallop shell terminals, engraved 'C' to terminals; hallmarked underside to both, silver weight 13

Three pairs of sterling silver sugar tongs, two Irish Georgian and one Victorian, 1827 and 1837 Dublin, with maker's marks for Thomas Farnett and Peter Walsh respectively, thread and fiddle pattern to both pairs, and; 1847 London, with maker's mark

Two sterling silver sugar Sifting spoons, Georgian and Victorian, 1830 London, with maker's mark for T Cox Savory (overstamp?), 1869, with maker's mark SS for probably Goldsmiths Alliance, both of fiddle pattern design, with foliate pierced bowls,

Four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1797, 1804, 1821, 1829 London, various makers, all of thread edged design, three in fiddle pattern, one Old English; crisply hallmarked to terminals of all, silver weight 299gr. Length 23 cm

Three Irish and one English Georgian sterling silver dessert spoons, 1835 Dublin, with makers' marks for Phillip Weekes or Peter Walsh and;, 1835 London, with maker's mark for William Johnson, all of fiddle pattern design, the Irish spoons with mat

Two Georgian and one Victorian sterling silver gravy ladles, 1832 London, with maker's mark for Ab Savory; 1819 London, with maker's mark for Stephen Adams II, and 1846 London, with maker's mark Ga for Chawner & Co, in fiddle pattern, two w

Two pairs of sugar tongs: Georgian sterling silver and German .800, 1811 London with maker's mark for Thomas Barker, and post 1886 Germany, a fiddle pattern pair and the German pair with fanned ribs in the manner of Onslow design, gilt washed to the in

Four sterling silver soup spoons, three Georgian, one Victorian, circa 1820s-40s, London (three) Exeter, various makers, all fiddle pattern, three with engraved initials to the terminals; hallmarked underside to all, silver weight 272gr. Length 22 cm

Four Continental silver serving spoons, 1830s to 1900, Belgian, German, Austro-Hungarian, other, two of fiddle pattern, one with a pointed bowl and similar terminal, and a gilt washed spoon with laurel leaf borders; hallmarked to all, silver weight 361gr.

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

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