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Pair of antique hallmarked sterling silver table spoons, marked for Thomas Chawner, London 18th C, approx 136gms (2)

Edward VII 5 sterling silver table spoons hallmarked London 1903, weight 368 grams

Georgian sterling silver table spoon, London 1810, by Peter & William Bateman

Set of six George II silver table spoons, London 1735, Hanoverian pattern with family armorial, approx 13oz troy

A pair of early Victorian fiddle pattern sterling silver table spoons, London 1837 by Joseph and Albert Savory

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)

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

Group of sterling silver spoons including Georgian Scottish table spoons, Irish and English tea spoons etc. 1200 grams approx. (43 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 rare set of six Scottish sterling silver table spoons, William Hannay, Edinburgh 1799, handles engraved with family crest 390grms

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

Pair of antique Regency sterling silver tablespoons, fiddle pattern London 1819

Two 19th century silver table spoons, fiddle pattern; Exeter, various. (2) total wt 133g.

Four Georgian Irish sterling silver dessert forks together with two dessert spoons and two large table spoons. All crested and in fiddle pattern. Dublin 1814, 1817, 1823, 1828. Weight 350g.

Three Georgian Irish Dublin sterling silver table spoons and another London one. Different styles and dates range from 1769 to 1824. Weight 266g.

A set of six Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern table spoons Edinburgh, 1806. Weight 414g.

Set of four Georgian sterling silver table spoons 'Old English', London 1810

A George III silver table spoon, Old English pattern, Peter & William Bateman, London 1812

Four George III silver table spoons, Old English pattern, monogrammed in pairs; London 1796 (2), 1817 (2). (4) total wt 244g

A George III silver table spoon, William Welch Exeter 1816 stress crease at base of handle, together with mustard spoon, London James Beebe, 1831, total weight 77 grms

Two Georgian sterling silver fiddle pattern table spoons London,1802 and 1812

Six Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern table spoons two x London 1768, 4 x London 1791. Initialled. Weight 378g

A pair of George III silver table spoons, fiddle and thread, I & H Lias, London 1819. Wt 170g

Four Georgian sterling silver tablespoons and an OE spoon. Dates for London 1776 to 1810 and Dublin 1750. Total weight 306 grams

Set of 6 antique sterling silver table spoons, London 1770/1772

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

A sterling silver regimental table spoon with badge of Duke of Connaughts Own Rifles 6th Canadian. Birmingham 1912

Eight sterling silver Hardy Bros. Hanoverian pattern table spoons

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,

Georg Jensen sterling silver cake server fork tablespoon and salt spoon

Hallmarked sterling silver fiddle pattern spoons pair of table spoons, monogrammed 'B'. London, 1850, maker Robert Wallis. Weight 120g pair of table spoons, monogrammed 'Jr'. London, 1832, maker William Chawner II. Weight 170g three table spoons, featuring

Hallmarked sterling silver fiddle pattern table spoons six table spoons, monogrammed 'Fam' London, 1851, maker Chawner & Co. Weight 410g three, monogrammed 'Fam' London, 1846, maker Chawner & Co. Weight 225g

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

William Stroud, pair of sterling silver fiddle pattern table spoons, London, 1828 (2). Weight 47 grams

Pair of antique Regency sterling silver 'Fiddle' table spoons London 1814

Georgian hallmarked sterling silver table spoons. London 1799, makers Solomon Hougham fiddle pattern. Monogrammed.

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