A George I sterling silver marrow scoop, 1723 London, with maker's mark, a below a crown, for Andrew Archer, a double ended scoop of typical form, hallmarked underside to the stem, with contemporary initials to the reverse of the larger scoop, silver w
4 pieces Georgian sterling silver flatware i) an Irish marrow scoop c.1,800 length 22.5 cm, weight: 58gms ii) a basting spoon 1796 London, by Stephen Adams length 29.5 cm, weight: 87gms iii) pair table spoons 1791 London by Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wiga
A composite silver flatware service by various makers, dates and patterns, comprising: six each Victoria Fiddle pattern dessert spoons and table forks, six each Fiddle and Thread pattern table forks, dessert forks and teaspoons, six later table knives, fiv
A George II sterling silver marrow scoop, circa 1722 London, with maker's mark Ei for Edward Jennings, partial date letter, a scoop of typical form with engraved and floral embellished initials 'Ilc' to back of bowl; hallmarked to underside of
A George III sterling silver marrow scoop, 1799 London, with maker's mark for Solomon Hougham, a scoop of typical form with the crest of a bullock head to the rear of the bowl; hallmarked to stem, silver weight 49gr. Length 23 cm
A George II sterling silver marrow scoop, early-mid 18th century London, with rubbed partial marks, the scoop of typical form with an engraved and floral embellished 'K' to the back of bowl; rubbed marks to the underside of stem, including mark of
A George II sterling silver marrow scoop, 1750 London, with maker's marks for probably Elizabeth Jackson, a scoop of typical form with engraved and floral embellished initials 'Gw' to the back of bowl; hallmarked to underside of stem, silver we
A Queen Anne period silver marrow scoop, double ended with conventional large scoop to one end and slender tapering scoop incorporated into the stem at the other end. London 1713, maker's mark indecipherable, crest to the back of the larger bowl. 39gms
Six various hallmarked sterling silver spoons etc, including ladle, London 1818; spoon, London 1912; marrow spoon, marks rubbed; pair spoons with pointed handles, Sheffield 1960; and one other. Wt. 245g (total)
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