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Set of six George III sterling silver dessert, spoons, hallmarked London, 1810, Eliz & Mary Sumner, in Old English pattern, monogrammed, total weight 216 grams (6)

Set of six George III provincial Scottish sterling, silver dessert spoons, hallmarked Perth, Robert Keay I, c.1820, in fiddle pattern, total weight 241 grams (6)

Rare set of six early Victorian sterling silver, dessert spoons, hallmarked London, 1837, Robert Wallis, in Kings Husk pattern, total weight 371grams (6)

Eight piece continental silver dessert set, including 7 small spoons and one serving spoon, all with gilt washed bowls. Wt. 275grams (total).

Four sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, two hallmarked Sheffield 1912, maker Joseph Rodgers &, Sons,the other two hallmarked London 1906, 196grams

Three mixed Georgian and Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, early to later 19th century, London, various makers, comprising a King's pattern spoon; an Old English pattern spoon; a fancy back, bright cut, bead edged Old English spoon; hallmarked

A mixed set of six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, 1862 and 1888 London, with makers' marks for Chawner & Co (two), and John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater (four), fiddle pattern spoons, the terminals with various armorial; all hallmarked

Ten Georgian sterling silver dessert forks, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, London hallmarks comprising of 5x crested spoons 1826 (William Eley II), 2x 1820 (William Eley &, William Fearn), 2x 1819 (William Eley &, William Fearn) and 1x 1822 (Fra

Ten Georgian &, William IV silver dessert spoons, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, London hallmarked, comprising of 4 crested spoons 1826 (William Eley II), 3x 1820 (William Eley &, William Fearn), 2x 1819 (William Eley &, William Fearn) and 1

Eight Georgian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, initialled Mjl, James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin) Sheffield, 1920. Total weight 435g.

Six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern initialled S. William Robert Smily, London 1850. Weight 260g.

Pair of Victorian Exeter sterling silver dessert spoons marked Exeter, 1876, JW&Co approx 89g, 18 cm long (2)

Four Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, Henry Holland, London 1877. Weight 88g

A pair of Victorian Scottish sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, initialled HMB, Robert Gray & Son, Glasgow 1870. Weight 40g

A sterling silver dessert spoon, gilded and floral embossed inside, Henry John Lias & Son, London 1871. Weight 18g

Eight sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, with various hallmarks including Georgian, Victorian and provincial marks, 338 grams

Three George I Britannia silver dessert spoons, hallmarked London 1726, 20.5 cm long, 171 grams

Pair of William IV sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, hallmarked London 1834 (Mary Chawner), 18.4 cm long, 108 grams

Victorian eight piece hallmarked sterling silver dessert set, including 6 dessert spoons, London 1847, maker George Adams, &, 2 serving spoons, London 1837 &, 1874, maker RB.W565g(total).

Set five George IV hallmarked sterling silver dessert spoons, London 1824, maker William Chawner. Wt.172g(total).

Set of six Victorian fiddle pattern dessert spoon, in sterling silver marked CB, London, 1869, approx 17 cm long, 238g

Set of six sterling silver dessert spoons by William Eaton, London 1826

Two Georgian silver dessert spoons, hallmarked London 1794 and 1811

Set of twelve Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, hallmarked, London, 1846, George William Adams of Chauner & Co, with crest, total weight 684gm, (12)

Set of twelve dessert spoons, and six teaspoons, hallmarked, London, 1833, Joseph and Albert Savory, engraved with crest, total weight 852gm,

Russian silver 875 standard spoons comprising nine main spoons & six dessert spoons, with floral ribboned detail & starburst decoration. Monogrammed 'Ab'.

A Canadian sterling silver dessert service, for twelve, comprising forks (502g), knives (all in 648g), spoons (488g), probably by Roden Bros. Ltd., Dingwall., stainless Sheffield blades. Together with a cake fork by Gustavus Seifert (41g), a cake knive by

An Israeli .800 silver dessert server and twelve Rosebud teaspoons, 20th century, with maker's mark to server for Hazorfim, spoons marked in Hebrew, a pierced and engraved trowel style server with floral motifs and spoons with cast rosebud and leaf ste

Eighteen American sterling silver spoons, forks & tongs, late 19th to 20th century, various makers: Gorham, Tiffany & Co., Whiting, other, comprising ten spoons including tea, dessert, a small ladle, sifter, small servers; a pair of Tiffany & C

An American sterling silver cake server and four spoons, late 19th to early 20th century, various makers, a pierced and scroll decorated cake server, a serving spoon and matching pair of dessert spoons with cast floral stems and finials, and one other simi

An elegant fourteen piece American sterling silver dessert spoon set, 1880, with maker's marks for Gorham, comprising twelve small dessert spoons and two matching serving spoons, with tapering banded stems and crisply shaped terminals, bright cut with

A set of six sterling silver dessert spoons, London 1852, weight 288 g

Set of six sterling silver 'Fiddle & Shell' pattern dessert spoons, Edinburgh 1823 George IV - approx. 6 oz. troy

Eight Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, hallmarked London 1849 &, 1852, 420 grams approx.

Set of Six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern marked George Adams of Chawner & Co, 1840, London approx 18 cm L, 302g

An Australian silver cake server and six small dessert spoons, 20th century, with maker's mark for Sargison's of Hobart, the spoons and shaped trowel server with a typically hammered finish and twist stems with scrolling finials; hallmarked to stem

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian gilt dessert service comprising a pair of grape shears, sugar sifter & a pair of berry spoons, having raised classical themed detail, & floral engraving. Set in an aubergine silk & velvet lined hard

Set of four sterling silver dessert spoons, maker: Soloman Hougham, London 1809

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

Three Irish and one English Georgian sterling silver dessert spoons, 1835 Dublin, with makers' marks for Phillip Weekes or Peter Walsh and;, 1835 London, with maker's mark for William Johnson, all of fiddle pattern design, the Irish spoons with mat

A set of four sterling silver American tea or dessert spoons, 1936, pattern introduced, with maker's mark of Gorham, the 'King Edward' pattern spoons with foliate scrolls and terminals; marked to stems underside, silver weight 120gr length 15 c

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