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A fiddle thread & shell pattern silver flat Ware set for six William Chawner /, circa 1830-1836, comprising six large table spoons, six entree spoons, six entree forks, six table forks, six knives, six teaspoons, four egg spoons, sugar tongs, fish serv

Pair of Victorian sterling Sliver mustard spoons, hallmarked, London, 1856, S.H//D.O, in fiddle pattern, total weight 24gm (2)

George V sterling silver mustard pot lobed melon shape, with acanthus topped scroll handle on shell decorated scroll feet, London, 1828, makers, Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, with a sterling silver fiddle pattern mustard spoon by John, Henry & Cha

Four various Georgians silver spoons, of fiddle pattern, comprising a mustard spoon, William Eley I & William Fearn, London 1818 (22g), a tea spoon, William Eley I and William Fearn, London 1818 (21g), a tea spoon, William Chawner II, London 1831 (20g)

A pair of Australian Colonial silver mustard spoons, fiddle pattern, engraved monogram, monogrammed TCH (probably for Thomas Hyndes, timber merchant of Sussex Street), Alexander Dick, Sydney c.1830, marks A.D/anchor/NSW (ref. J.M.Houstone 'Early Australian

Seven Georgian sterling silver mustard spoons, with various English hallmarks, 71grams approx

Two pairs of sterling silver mustard spoons hallmarked London 1845 and Exeter 1841, 42grams approx

Four various Georgian Victorian hallmarked sterling silver mustard spoons. Including London 1860, makers Henry Holland; London 1787, makers WS; London 1770s, makers JS/AS; London 1789, makers mark rubbed. Length 10 cm (average each) Wt. 47g (total)

Four sterling silver items: sugar tongs, two button hooks, and a mustard spoon, 19th to 20th century, a pair of 1885 London made bright cut sugar tongs, with obscured maker's marks; 1906 and 1911 Birmingham button hooks by Crisford & Norris and J.W

Set of three sterling silver fiddle pattern mustard spoons, Glasgow 1828

William IV sterling silver mustard spoon, with fiddle back handle, hallmarked London 1837 (James Beebe) 12.5 cm long

Three sterling silver mustard spoons, with various English hallmarks, 44 grams approx

Set of six sterling silver coffee spoons, hallmarked London 1937, together with a sugar spoon hallmarked Sheffield 1926 and a sterling silver mustard spoon, 78 grams

A Victorian sterling silver beaded mustard drum by John Wilmin Figg, London 1865, with blue glass liner and a with a George III mustard spoon, London 1812, the pot 6 cm high

A pair of George III silver pepper casters, R.Peaston, London,1764, mustard pot, maker T.J, London,1812, mustard spoon J.E., London,1800, Victorian pintray, Birmingham,1900, Edwardian cigarette case, D and F, Birmingham, 1902, (6) (6)

i) A set of six JA Linton silver, Wildflower tea spoons, with various wildflower finial handle designs, stamped 'Jal, Stg.Sil' with gumnut mark. Lengths 11 cm & 11.3 cm. Ii) an Arts & Crafts silver, JA Linton mustard spoon, stamped 'Jal, Stg.Sil' with gumn

A rare JA Linton Arts & Crafts silver bird finial mustard spoon, stamped 'Jal, Silver' with gumnut stamp. Length 7 cm

George William Adams, London, 1851 two silver mustard spoons together with George III silver cream ladle, hallmarked (3). Total weight of 91 grams

Five various sterling silver spoons, including mustard, teaspoons, 77gms approx

A 19th century Scottish provincial silver mustard spoon, fiddle pattern, initialled; Alexander McLeod, Inverness c.1820.

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian set of six mustard spoons with a gilt wash to the bowls. Exeter, 1849, maker Robert Williams & Sons. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Weight 159g

A George IV silver mustard spoon, fiddle pattern; Thomas Streetin, London 1822

Pair of sterling mustard pots with glass Inners & spoons, Sheffield, 1900

Eight sterling silver serving spoons including salt, mustard and sugar shovel, various English hallmarks including London 1822, 113 gms approx

Four sterling silver fiddle back mustard spoons various hallmarks, mostly Victorian, 76gms approx

Pair of Sterling Silver mustard spoons hallmarked Glasgow 1830, 36 grams approx

Four Georg Jensen salt spoons all marked 'Sterling Denmark' each 7.5 cm long, together with a hallmarked sterling silver mustard spoon & a MoP salt spoon

i) A part set of 5 Terry Walsh West Australian Wildflower spoons, each handle having a different wild flower design. Signed 'Stg Sil' and 'Tw' monogram. Length 12 cm, ii) A pair J. A. Linton sterling silver Arts & Crafts mustard spoons decorated with kanga

Four Victorian hallmarked sterling silver salt/mustard spoons. Various marks. Private collection, Sydney. Wt. 48g (total)

Three various sterling silver mustard spoons, together with pair of sterling silver salt spoons

A pair of sterling silver salt/mustard spoons, Exeter, 1845-46, John Golding 16gm

Four various pieces hallmarked sterling silver tableware, including matching entree & dining fork, London 1851, makers GA (George Adams?); mustard pot, Birmingham 1927, maker HB & S; & mustard spoon, Birmingham 1951. Length 17 & 21 cm (forks). Weight 212g

A pair of Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern mustard spoons gilt bowls, London 1816. Length 10 cm

Scottish hallmarked sterling silver spoons consisting of a mustard spoon Edinburgh, 1834, maker Andrew Wilkie. Condiment spoon and another casting Glasgow, 1866, maker W. Allen set of six teaspoons Glasgow, 1815, maker Mitchell & Russell total. Weight 146g

Hester Bateman: sterling silver table spoon and matching mustard spoon. London c1822. (3 items)