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A fine pair of George III sterling silver basting spoons, 1817 London, with maker's marks for Thomas Wilkes Barker, elegant Old English spoons with pointed tips, with engraved griffins to the terminals & Hallmarked underside. Silver weight 174gr. L

A matching mixed pair of sterling silver basting spoons, 1895, 1897 London, with maker's marks for George Myers, and Charles Boyton, Old English spoons, crisply hallmarked to finials. Silver weight 305gr. Length 30 cm

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.

Four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, late 18th to early 19th century, London, various makers, Old English spoons, each engraved to the terminals & Hallmarked. Silver weight 236gr. Length 21.5 cm

A set of four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1801 London with maker's mark for William Eley & William Fearn, elegant Old English pattern spoons; hallmarked to finials. Silver weight 266gr. Length 22 cm

An antique part suite of sterling silver cutlery, Old English and Thread pattern, 18th/19th century mixed makers comprising six table spoons, sixteen table forks, six dessert spoons, twelve entree forks, ten teaspoons and seven Russian silver table knives,

A mixed set of six George III sterling silver dessert spoons, 1813, 1814 (two), 1815, 1816 and 1832 London, with maker's marks for William Bateman I (four) and two others marked Wb within a rectangular cartouche, Old English dessert spoons, five with e

A sterling silver composite, Old English pattern 12 place setting flatware set 1903 London, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Ltd, comprising of: 12 table spoons 12 dessert spoons 12 tea spoons (one spoon replaced) 12 table forks 12 dessert forks 1 soup ladle l

English hallmarked sterling George III silver spoon by Hester Bateman in the Old English pattern. London, 1777, maker Hester Bateman. Condition good, general age related wear. Weight 44g

A Victorian sterling silver, Old English bright cut pattern, cutlery set with oak canteen case 1868 London, by George Adams 105pcs in total top tray canteen comprising of: 18 table forks, matching hallmarks 18 dessert forks, matching hallmarks 10 dessert s

A Georgian Scottish sterling silver serving spoon, old English & shell pattern marked Edinburgh, 1810, AH, approx 31 cm long & 95g

An elegant pair of French .950 silver serving spoons, 1896 and after, with Minerva 1 standard and maker's mark for HEnin et Cie to lozenge, with gilt washed bowls with generously threaded ribbon tied edges to Old English style handles; hallmarked to bo

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

Two Georgian sterling silver spoons, one Scottish, 1783 Exeter with maker's mark Joseph Hicks (engraved 1784 with initials Im & Im above stamps), and; circa 1776 Glasgow, with maker's mark for Milne & Campbell, a bright cut spoon and an Old

Two Georgian sterling silver gravy ladles, 1808 London, with makers' marks for Crossley & Smith; and 1817 London, with makers' marks for William Eley and William Fearn, in Old English pattern, one with threaded edges and having oval bowls; hall

Two boxed sets of six coffee spoons, 1906 Birmingham, with maker's marks for James & Crompton, Old English coffee spoons with scrolling bright cut decoration, and; 1936 Sheffield with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons, Old English coffee

A fine pair of George III sterling silver basting spoons, 1785 London, with rare incuse mark, and maker's mark for William Sutton, in Old English design, crisply hallmarked to stems; provenance: purchased from Kevin Murray silver for $2200, silver weight 1

Six George III sterling silver tea spoons, Old English pattern, Peter and William Bateman, London 1806. Total weight 81.7g

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

A George II sterling silver Old English and Shell soup ladle with fluted bowl and engraved contemporary script initials by Thomas Devonshire & William Watkins, London 1759

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

A set of six Georgian sterling silver teaspoons, 1787 London, with maker's marks for Hester Bateman. the Old English spoons with bright cut borders and crested finials; hallmarks underside and in a presentation box. Silver weight 90gr. Length 12.5 cm

A George III sterling silver serving spoon, 1792 London, with maker's mark Ib, an Old English spoon with a 'Lion Sejant' holding a fleur-de-lys engraved crest to the terminal; crisply hallmarked underside. Silver weight 69gr. Length 27.5 cm

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 pair of Georgian bright cut sterling silver serving spoons, 1772 London, with maker's marks for Elizabeth Tookey, an Old English spoon and matching spoon fork with four tines, with decorative bright cut rope twist edges. Silver weight 181gr. Length 2

A set of six sterling silver dessert spoons, 1770 London, (probably), with maker's marks for Thomas Dene, a set of feather edged Old English spoons; hallmarked. Silver weight 208gr. Length 16.5 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 fine and elegant set of six bright cut late Georgian Scottish dessert spoons, 1836 Edinburgh, with maker's mark of William Jamieson of Aberdeen, also with provincial stamp, Old English pattern spoons with delicate feathering and bright cut wavy decor

A Georgian Scottish sterling silver ladle and a Victorian sterling silver beaded serving spoon, 1829 Edinburgh, with maker's mark We, small ladle, 1861 London, with maker's mark for John Kilpatrick, an Old English beaded spoon with swan crest to fi

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 ladle George III ladle in the Old English pattern, with a dove & olive engraved armorial, monogrammed 'Ao' & 'Aw'. London, 1786, maker George Smith III. Condition: good, minor wear. Weight 173g

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

Set of five Georgian silver dinner spoons, old English pattern, marked 1834,william iv, WS, London approx 167g (5)

A George III silver table spoon, Old English pattern, William Fearn, London 1806. Weight 55g

A fine Georgian sterling silver pierced cake slice 1780 London, with maker's marks for Hester Bateman. The pointed arch slice beautifully pierced to the blade, bright cut and prick worked throughout, with an Old English beaded blade; hallmarked near the th

A set of sterling silver fish servers 1993 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Robert Carr. The servers of Old English bead edge design; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 290gr. Length 31.5 cm. And 22.5 cm

A set of twelve sterling silver bead edge Old English serving spoons 1992 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Robert Carr. Silver weight 1320gr. Length 22.5 cm

A pair Georgian sterling silver basting spoons, 1795 London, by Thomas Hatton, Old English shell pattern, length 31 cm. Total weight 281gms

A Victorian sterling silver soup ladle, 1852 London, by George Adams, Old English shell pattern, length 33.5 cm. Weight 295gms

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