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
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
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
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
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
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
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