Antique sterling silver fiddle and thread table spoons: comprising set of 6 and a pair by George William Adams of London; set of 4 by Richard Pouldon of London c1823; single spoon by Charle Ely of London c1825. 1145 grams total (13 items)
A pair of Australian silver fiddle pattern table spoons, by Alexander Dick, Sydney, circa 1839, with engraved dragon rampant armorial crest to the heel, pseudo English marks, 'Lion passant/Leopard's head/E/Kings head/DICK' (2), 159 gms
Set of six late Georgian sterling silver table, spoons, c.1820's, various makers and date marks, in the Old English pattern. Length 21.5 cm, total weight 348grams. Note: matching crests with good hallmarks
A group of six Georgian sterling silver table spoons, from 1798 - 1815 London, various makers, all of similar shape and size, with bright cut and prick worked stems, the finials with floral and foliate embellishments and cartouches; hallmarked underside. S
Hester Bateman, London, 1783 four George III sterling silver table spoons together with a pair of Hester Bateman sterling silver teaspoons and one single tablespoon, feather edge pattern (7). Total weight 424 grams
John Walton, Newcastle 1830 sterling silver fiddle pattern table spoon together with a fiddle pattern dessert spoon, Chawner & Co., London, 1872 and a fiddle ladle, London, 1890 (3). Total weight 168 grams
Silver Melange of wares consisting of four fiddle pattern table spoons monogrammed 'S' London, 1839, maker Joseph and Albert Savory weight 290g small silver pieced berry ladle London, 1791, maker Richard Crossley weight 40g a set of six unmarked teaspoons,
Alexander Dick, three sterling silver fiddle pattern table spoons, with marks bearing marks (lion Passant) (Crowned leopards head), E, Monarch - A. D, c. 1834. Length 23 cm. Weight 273 grams labels: Literature: 'Australian Silver', J. B Hawkins, item 19, p
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