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A late Victorian Christening set, in sterling silver, including spoon, knife & fork cast in relief with scroll work and bird decoration by Francis Higgins marked London, 1900, Fh in a heart, approx 21 cm L and smaller 150g (3)

A sterling silver Christening set, comprising of silver spoon and fork. Scroll detail to handle. Hallmarked: Sheffield 1910. Maker: possibly John round & Sons. Fitted box.

Dutch sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked to base, purity 833/1000, 136grams

Two Dutch silver christening cups, one hallmarked Netherlands 1937, the other stamped 800, 158grams approx

Twenty one sterling and Continental silver forks, spoons, and ladles: English, Scottish, German, Dutch and Russian, 18th to early 20th century, eleven English Georgian, Victorian and later forks, single German and Dutch forks, small ladles from Sheffield a

Victorian sterling silver christening spoon, hallmarked London 1854, 30 grams approx.

A French 950 silver cased Christening set by A. M. Tallois & Mayence Paris early 20th century, comprising of fork, spoon and Christening cup in a fitted case with printed makers/retailers mark stamped with 950 silver and makers/retailers mark. Height 7

Sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked London 1856. 123grams approx

A boxed Victorian sterling silver Christening set, 1893 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Martin Hall & Co. the knife and fork with tapering bead edged handles and anthemion terminals, initialled Ncj, housed in a presentation box; hallmarked to ste

A boxed Victorian sterling silver Christening set, 1972 London, with maker's marks, Ga for Chawner & Co (George William Adams). the setting with Gothic revival ornamental cushion, leaf and fleur-de-lys motifs, housed in the original silk and velvet

George II sterling silver stemmed two handled cup with engraved inscription relating to the christening of Thomas Ashton Burkeley, 1744, London, c1735, maker James Smith

A boxed Victorian sterling silver Christening set 1860/61 London, with maker's marks for George Adams. The silver bladed knife, fork and spoon in shell and thread design; hallmarked to all pieces and housed in the original leather clad silk and navy ve

A George V sterling silver cased christening set, comprising two handled bowl, the lower half with applied cut card work Art Nouveau inspired decoration, S scroll handles, ensuite with matching spoon, presented in original tooled leather presentation case.

A Victorian Christening cup. Maker: Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1884. 9.5 cm high.

Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Cypress' Christening set comprising a fork, knife & napkin ring in a silk lined casing. Napkin ring inscribed 'Antony 18.8.58'. Condition good, some foxing to the case. Weight not including knife 59g

Hardy Bros. sterling silver christening cup hallmarked London 1903, 146g approx

Mappin & Webb silver Christening bowl with engraved Little Miss Muffet design, hallmarked Sheffield 1936, 11 cm diameter,

Sterling silver christening cup, marked STERLING SILVER, 64 grams approx

A Victorian sterling silver Christening knife and fork, floral engraved form, vacant shield to handle terminal; George Unite, Birmingham, 1866. Fitted box.

Christening spoon. Sterling silver by a Edward Jones limited replica of St Dunstan Birmingham 1976

Hardy Brothers sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked London 1964, 136grams approx

Boxed Victorian hallmarked sterling silver Christening set, hallmarked Birmingham 1876, maker Colen Hewer, Cheshire. Spoon & fork with engraved leaves decoration. Box for Flavelle Brothers & Roberts. Wt. 48g (silver only)

An early Colonial Silver Co. of Sydney Christening cup by Cohen initialled 'THJ', c.1840

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening cup having a round bellied body with hand-chased floral & scroll-work decoration, a central cartouche monogrammed 'R.P.R', a scroll handle & sitting on four scolled feet. London, 1857, maker John Kei

A Georgian silver Christening spoon, beaded garland border; London, 1,800 (makers mark obscured). Fitted presentation box.

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening set comprising a knife, fork & spoon in the fiddle pattern with a fitted case. London, 1900, maker Josiah Williams & Co. Condition good, minor age related wear. Weight not including knife 99g

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Vermeil Christening set with grape design, with an associated knife. Fork & spoon London, 1852, maker H J Lias & Son knife London, 1850, maker John Samuel Hunt. Condition good, minor wear & tarnishing. Weight 23

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening cup with a gilt wash interior & floral etched detail, engraved 'Nevile Savage Done'. London, 1879, maker Walter & John Barnard. Condition good, minor wear & tarnishing. Height 10 cm. Weight 195g

American sterling silver Christening cup with raised floral detail, engraved 'Frangas Non Flectes' & retailed for J & I Cox. New York, c1850, maker Charters, Cann & Dunn. Condition good, some tarnishing. Height 10.5 cm. Weight 108g

Early Tasmanian Christening cup hallmarked London 1832 engraved to Rosaline Pitt (early Settler)

A Victorian cast sterling silver Christening cup, London 1851, by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, with engraved floral and acanthus leaf decoration. Height 12.6 cm; weight 162grams

Victorian sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked Sheffield 1865, 112gms, 8 cm high approx

Sterling silver christening boxed set, comprising spoon, fork & napkin ring, various English hallmarks, 63gms approx

An Edwardian silver Christening spoon, 'Little Miss Muffett'; Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1910

A small silver plated christening cup, Mappin & Webb

Victorian silver christening set. Maker: John Kilpatrick, London 1870. 107 grams

A Victorian sterling silver gilt Christening spoon, 1875, London, by Henry Holland, decorated in the neoclassical style with scrolls, grotesque mask and cast figural subjects. Length 18.8 cm

A Swiss silver Christening beaker, Tezler; 800 standard. Weight 73.6g

French silver 950 standard Christening set comprising a knife, fork & spoon in a fitted case. Maker C.M. Weight not including knife - 100g

A Victorian silver Christening cutlery set, knife, fork and spoon, Old English beaded edge, single struck, the knife with silver blade; George Adams, London 1862-5. Total weight (all in) 154g

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