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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 George IV sterling silver salt spoons, crested fiddle, thread and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1826 (William Eley II), 10.5 cm long, 58 grams

Antique spoon lot, includes salt spoons, sugar shovel sterling silver marks include WEWF, 1824,London etc, approx 16 cm long, 99g

Three Danish silver & enamel salt cellars, 2 spoons, some enamel damaged

Pair of Georgian sterling silver salt spoons, marks rubbed

Pair of Georgian sterling silver salt spoons, London 1792

German silver 800 standard set of basket salts in lattice basket form with glass inserts & six salt spoons, set in a felt lined case. Berlin, maker J.H. Werner. Condition good, one glass liner has been replaced. Weight 188g

Two 19th century silver salt spoons, Old English pattern, London 1804, fiddle pattern, Exeter 1861. (2)

Two George III silver salt spoons, Old English pattern; Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1794 and George giles, London 1808. (2)

Three 19th century Colonial silver salt spoons, fiddle pattern; pseudo English marks: Monarch's head, Gothic upper-case D, leopard's head, Jb. (3)

Two Georgian silver salt spoons, George IV fiddle, thread and shell pattern; William Eaton, London 1825, and George III, modified fiddle pattern; Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1813. (2)

Four 19th century silver salt spoons, three I.T., Birmingham 1787, and one Victorian. (4)

Four sterling silver salt spoons various English hallmarks, weight 60g approx.

Pair of silver salt spoons, Sheffield 1881, shell bowls

Pair of Georgian sterling silver salt spoons and two other Georgian salt spoons

Two sets of sterling silver salt cellars, one set hallmarked London c1870 & the other Birmingham 1919, all with blue glass liners & 4 various salt spoons

Pair of Victorian sterling silver salt cellars, hallmarked Sheffield 1894 together with a pair of sterling silver pepperettes hallmarked Sheffield 1923 & a hallmarked salt spoon, 127gms total approx

Three Australian silver spade form salt spoons, one with blade engraved 'Broken Hill'. (3)

A 19th century Canadian silver salt spoon, fiddle pattern, initialled; John Barry, new Brunswick c.1840

Pair of sterling silver salt spoons hallmarked Birmingham 1912

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

Five sterling silver salt spoons with various hallmarks including Georgian, 70gms 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

A pair of Victorian silver salt spoons, each with shell bowl. Writhen stem and 'Apostle' finial; probably Arthur Sibley, London 1868

Pair antique sterling silver gilded salt spoons both engraved with R London 1825 maker WB weigh 25 grams

Four George hallmarked sterling silver salt spoons. various marks. Private collection, Sydney. Wt. 28g (total)

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

Two sterling silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, Exeter 1854, a sterling silver salt spoon, Exeter 1825 and another silver teaspoon Sheffield 1808

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

A pair of sterling silver salt spoons, London circa 1785, maker Hester Bateman 19gm

A collection of miscellaneous items including a silver topped cylinder, a mother of pearl salt and spoon and a Continental silver sifting spoon, the glass cylinder 20 cm high

A Georgian spoon, two forks and a salt spoon, all sterling. 1774 London, with maker's mark Wp, spoon in Old English pattern; 1848 Exeter with maker's marks for Robert, James and Josiah Williams; fiddle pattern forks; 1890 London, with maker's mark for Brew