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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

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 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 pair of George III sterling silver serving spoons, old English pattern with shoulders. Sponsors mark Richard Ferris, Exeter 1797. 145gm.

Set of five Georgian silver tea spoons, Old English with thread pattern, marked Duty, George's head, probably 1792, approx 82g, approx 13 cm long (5)

A pair of Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1799 London, with maker's marks for George Burrows, of simple and elegant Old English design, and having a soft patina, with bright cut initials to the finials and crisply hallmarked underside, silver wei

A pair of Georgian sterling silver basting spoons, London 1787/8, with maker's mark for probably Richard Crossley, the Old English pattern spoons of elegant long stemmed form with armorials to the finials; crisply hallmarked underside, silver weight 22

Four antique sterling silver, old English pattern spoons, engraved with a shattered axe crest, marked for London George Adams, 1877, approx 205g, 17 cm L

A set of six Georgian sterling silver dessert spoons, old English pattern, marked London 1829 & 1798, TCo & Savory as well as WE & WF. Approx 360g, 21 cm long

Set of four William Bateman sterling silver tea spoons old English pattern marked London, 1825, WB, approx 80g, 14 cm long

Three George iii sterling silver tea spoons old English pattern, marked with Duty, sterling, 1801, William Eley & William Fern, No City Mark, approx 56g, 14 cm long

Three Georgian sterling silver old English pattern tea spoons, marked London, 1836, SH, DC, approx 82g, 14 cm long

Set of four sterling silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, London 1808

Sterling silver Old English pattern basting spoon, London 1808

Set of six sterling silver Old English pattern soup spoons, Sheffield 1933 - approx. weight 12 oz. troy

Four sterling silver Old English pattern table spoons with armorials, possibly Thomas Chawner London 1778 - approx. weight 8 oz. troy

Four Victorian sterling silver spoons with scrolling foliage old English shaped handles and shell form bowls, hallmarked London 1878, (John Wilmin Figg), 10.6 cm long, 61 grams approx. Some hallmarks rubbed

A George III shell bowled caddy spoon, Old English pattern, fluted bowl. London 1800 by Elizabeth Morley, a noted caddy spoon maker.

Sterling silver Old English pattern gravy ladle, London 1799

English hallmarked sterling silver cutlery setting comprising twelve main forks, twelve main knives, twelve entree forks, twelve entree knives, twelve soup spoons, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons, six serving spoons, three basting spoons, two sauce

Two sterling silver soup spoons including old English handle, hallmarked London 1774 (William Fearn), 20.5 cm long, 150gms total approx

A sterling silver Old English pattern cutlery service, mostly 18th/19th century, mixed makers and dates comprising 27 tablespoons, 48 table forks, 6 three pronged table forks, 61 dessert spoons, 54 entree forks, 42 teaspoons, 37 table knives, 35 entree kni

A George III silver soup ladle, Old English pattern; Thomas & William Chawner, London, 1767. Length 35 cms. Weight 170g.

A Georgian sterling silver spoon, 1788 London, with maker's marks for John Lambe, the Old English patterned spoon, bright cut to the stem with a floral motif and an unmarked cartouche; hallmarked to underside of terminal. Silver weight 60gr

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