A George III sterling silver ladle, 1787 London, with marker's mark for Hester Bateman, of typical form, bright cut and prick worked with patterns and a floral motif to the handle, the finial with a vacant cartouche; hallmarked underside, silver weight
Eighteen American sterling silver spoons, forks & tongs, late 19th to 20th century, various makers: Gorham, Tiffany & Co., Whiting, other, comprising ten spoons including tea, dessert, a small ladle, sifter, small servers; a pair of Tiffany & C
Twenty one sterling and Continental silver forks, spoons, and ladles: English, Scottish, German, Dutch and Russian, 18th to early 20th century, eleven English Georgian, Victorian and later forks, single German and Dutch forks, small ladles from Sheffield a
Two Australian sterling silver gum leaf items: a ladle and a Bookmark/letter opener, modern era, both marked sterling silver, maker's mark of Harris to letter opener, the gravy ladle with a pierced handle with a gumleaf and nut design, a gum leaf shape
Two Australian Arts & Crafts sterling silver cream ladles, early to mid 20th century, one with gum nut mark of James Linton, the other marked HM, the small ladles both with a pleasing hammered finish to the bowls and having pierced floral emblem finial
An elegant, modern West Australian silver ladle, circa 2007, with maker's mark of Chris Maron, the spun silver bowl of generous proportions with a 'Lignum vitae' shaped and tapering square section handle to a plain ferrule joining a blonde timb
An extensive sterling silver seven piece tea & coffee service by Hardy Brothers, Birmingham 1956, 57 and 58, each of melon form with engraved scrolls and 'C' initial, comprising three pots, graduated pair of jugs and basins, ladle and tongs, (9
Three Georgian sterling silver gravy ladles, and a Continental silver ladle, early to later 19th century, the German ladle with post 1886 mark and maker's mark for Hachfeld’silver weight 227gr. Length 18 cm. and smaller
Two Austro-Hungarian.800 silver ladles, 1872-1922 period Vienna, with Diankopf stamp and mark of fineness, a large and smaller ladle with circular bowls, both with distinctive fiddle shaped terminals; hallmarked underside to both’silver weight 254gr.
Three sterling silver gravy ladles, 19th century, various makers, two Georgian and one Victorian ladle, all fiddle pattern, one with threaded edging; hallmarked underside to all’silver weight 203gr. Length 18 cm
German silver 800 standard etched crystal lidded punch bowl & ladle etched with repeating floral motifs, the lid with a pressed border & acorn finial. Condition fair, chip to the bowl rim, general age related wear. Height 36 cm. Weight 407g
Two Georgian sterling silver gravy ladles, 1808 London, with makers' marks for Crossley & Smith; and 1817 London, with makers' marks for William Eley and William Fearn, in Old English pattern, one with threaded edges and having oval bowls; hall
Two Georgian and one Victorian sterling silver gravy ladles, 1832 London, with maker's mark for Ab Savory; 1819 London, with maker's mark for Stephen Adams II, and 1846 London, with maker's mark Ga for Chawner & Co, in fiddle pattern, two w
A fine Victorian sterling silver ladle, 1846 London, with maker's mark, Ga for Chawner & Co (George Adams), a heavy gauge King's husk pattern ladle with a circular bowl; hallmarked underside to stem and faint dolphin armorial, silver weight 307
Mid Victorian matching Three piece hallmarked sterling silver serving spoons etc. London 1865, maker George W Adams (Chawner and Co). Including pair serving spoons ; and ladles, each crested. Length 30 cm (serving spoons) (each) length 34 cm (ladle) Wt. 58
A silver gilt straining ladle with a mahogany handle, 18th century, with rubbed Crown over shield mark, possibly Belgian. the pierced ellipse shaped ladle with borders and star forms, with a slender timber handle. Length 31.5 cm
A Georgian Scottish sterling silver ladle and a Victorian sterling silver beaded serving spoon, 1829 Edinburgh, with maker's mark We, small ladle, 1861 London, with maker's mark for John Kilpatrick, an Old English beaded spoon with swan crest to fi
A George III sterling silver ladle, 1809 Edinburgh, with maker's mark for Robert Gray & Son. a 'Fiddle Pattern' ladle of generous proportions engraved with a decorative 'C' to the terminal; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 213gr.
English hallmarked sterling silver ladle George III ladle in the Old English pattern, with a dove & olive engraved armorial, monogrammed 'Ao' & 'Aw'. London, 1786, maker George Smith III. Condition: good, minor wear. Weight 173g
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