Flatware/Cutlery — Silver

Displaying items 51—76 of 1888:
A pair of Georgian silver sugar tongs, circa: 1792, city mark…
A pair of Georgian silver sugar tongs, circa: 1792, city mark absent, and rubbed maker's mark for possibly George Wintle, bright cut and prickworked in patterns to the stems and bowls; partial hallmarks. Length 13.5 cm.
Four pieces of silver and glass to include salt and pepper,…
Four pieces of silver and glass to include salt and pepper, glass cup and mustard pot with spoon (4)
English hallmarked sterling silver harlequin teaspoon set…
English hallmarked sterling silver harlequin teaspoon set decorated with Renaissance period themes, with sugar tongs. London, 1894, maker Manoah Rhodes & Sons Ltd. Weight 232g
English hallmarked sterling silver canteen of Kings pattern…
English hallmarked sterling silver canteen of Kings pattern cutlery for eight persons, consisting of a carving set, four serving spoons, two sauce ladles, eight main knives, eight main forks, eight entree knives, eight entree forks, eight main spoons, eigh
A Georg Jensen 'Cactus' pattern sterling silver flatware…
A Georg Jensen 'Cactus' pattern sterling silver flatware service, designed by Gundorph Albertus, a setting for twelve comprising, 12 dinner knives, 12 dinner forks, 12 dinner spoons, 6 luncheon knives, 12 luncheon forks, 12 dessert spoons, 6 fish knives, 1
A George III silver caddy spoon, by John Shiels, Dublin with a…
A George III silver caddy spoon, by John Shiels, Dublin with a shell bowl and shaped handle, length 9.5 cm, weight 14gms
A pair of silver miniature seal-top spoons; Thomas Bradbury,…
A pair of silver miniature seal-top spoons; Thomas Bradbury, Sheffield 1927.
A pair of George III silver sugar tongs, fiddle pattern…
A pair of George III silver sugar tongs, fiddle pattern engraved with key-pattern and other motifs and engraved with a monogram; Peter and William Bateman, London 1811.
A George III silver basting spoon, fiddle pattern, initialled;…
A George III silver basting spoon, fiddle pattern, initialled; Joseph Hicks, Exeter 1812. Weight approx 105g.
A Victorian silver and mother of pearl caddy shovel; Wm Neale,…
A Victorian silver and mother of pearl caddy shovel; Wm Neale, Birmingham 1896, and six German silver coffee spoons, 800 standard; Latzko. (7)
Four Victorian silver dessert forks, fiddle pattern,…
Four Victorian silver dessert forks, fiddle pattern, monogrammed; George Adams, London 1879. (4) Total wt approx 195g.
A pair of George III silver sauce ladles, Old English pattern;…
A pair of George III silver sauce ladles, Old English pattern; Wm Chawner, London 1820. Total weight 116g.
A pair of Australian silver fiddle pattern table spoons, by…
A pair of Australian silver fiddle pattern table spoons, by Alexander Dick, Sydney, circa 1839, with engraved dragon rampant armorial crest to the heel, pseudo English marks, 'Lion passant/Leopard's head/E/Kings head/DICK' (2), 159 gms
Two pairs of George III/IV silver dessert forks and spoons,…
Two pairs of George III/IV silver dessert forks and spoons, King's husk pattern, forks: Wm Eley & Wm Fearn, London 1815 and 1817, spoons: Chas Eley, London 1824. Total wt 240g.
A George III Irish silver serving spoon, engraved with a shell…
A George III Irish silver serving spoon, engraved with a shell crest; Michael Keating, Dublin 1802.
i) three Victorian sterling silver table spoons, mid 19th…
i) three Victorian sterling silver table spoons, mid 19th century, various makers and date marks. Length 17.8 cm-22.8 cm, total weight 198grams; ii) sterling silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1903, weight 57grams; iii) George III sterling silver sugar scoo
Sterling silver anointing spoon, by Asprey London, 1987. Length…
Sterling silver anointing spoon, by Asprey London, 1987. Length 38 cm. Weight 290grams, with makers box
Set of six late Georgian sterling silver table, spoons, c.…
Set of six late Georgian sterling silver table, spoons, c.1820's, various makers and date marks, in the Old English pattern. Length 21.5 cm, total weight 348grams. Note: matching crests with good hallmarks
Six J. A. Linton sterling silver spoons, comprising of four…
Six J. A. Linton sterling silver spoons, comprising of four wildflower finial coffee spoons, kangaroo paw finial tea spoon, Cottesloe golf club, finial tea spoon, stamped 'Jal' and gumnut marks. Lengths: 8.5 cm-11 cm
i) JA Linton sterling silver ladle, Wildflower finial handle…
i) JA Linton sterling silver ladle, Wildflower finial handle design, stamped with JAL & Gumnut mark. Length 12 cm; ii) JA Linton sterling silver jam spoon, arts & crafts handle design, stamped with JAL & Gumnut mark. Length 13.5 cm; iii) a silver Arts & Cr
i) three Linton sterling silver spoons, mid to late 20th…
i) three Linton sterling silver spoons, mid to late 20th century, Perth, lake Karrinyup golf club, the Endeavour, West, Australian wildflower, stamped with Gumnut and various silver marks. Length 9 cm-11 cm; ii) four West Australian Wildflower sterling sil
West Australian set of sterling silver spoons, attributed to…
West Australian set of sterling silver spoons, attributed to John Tindale London court, working Perth 1949 -1954, the spoons are in the arts & crafts style with hammered beaten bowl decoration, stamped with makers marks. Length 12 cm
Rare Herbert Kitchener Currie, Arts & Crafts style, silver…
Rare Herbert Kitchener Currie, Arts & Crafts style, silver ladle, Active Perth Western Australia, the ladle is in the Arts & Crafts style with decorative, scroll work to handle. Length 18 cm. note: Herbert 'Kitch' Currie was JWR Linton's assistant, 1932-8
Two sets of 4 Continental silver spoons 11.2 cm & 15 cm long,…
Two sets of 4 Continental silver spoons 11.2 cm & 15 cm long, 230 grams
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