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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

George III Scottish provincial sterling silver, teaspoon, hallmarked Aberdeen, James Smith, c. 1800, in fiddle pattern, total weight 18grams, length 14 cm

Antique sterling silver tea spoons marked 1909, Birmingham, WD, 72g, 11 cm long (6)

Two sets of six Sterling silver tea/coffee spoons, both stamped sterling silver, one Apex Australian silver, 127grams

A set of six Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, 1851 London, with maker's marks for H.J. Lias & Son, thread edge fiddle pattern spoons, hallmarked underside, silver weight 179gr. Length 14.5 cm

A set of six Georgian sterling silver teaspoons, 1792 London, with maker's marks for Charles Hougham, Old English pattern spoons with contemporary engraved initials to the terminals; hallmarked underside, silver weight 68gr. Length 12.5 cm

A set of six Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, 1881 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall (John Edward Bingham), fiddle pattern spoons, with contemporary engraved initials to the terminals; hallmarked underside and with additional Walk

Two sterling silver spoons, a table spoon, Robert Jones, York c. 1790 (24g) and a tea spoon, Joseph Hicks, Exeter 1810 (12g).

Set of 12 George IV sterling silver teaspoons, crested fiddle, thread and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1826 (William Eley II), 13.7 cm long, 384 grams

Set eight George V sterling silver tea spoons, London 1924, maker Hardy Bros. width 52grams, (total).

Set of 6 Hardy Bros sterling silver coffee spoons, hallmarked Birmingham 1938, 9.3 cm long, 41 grams

Set of ten.800 silver tea spoons and bone handled knives marked 800 to spoons approx 185g

Pair Georgian fiddle & thread tea spoons. In sterling silver marked London, 1811, RCGS approx 58g, 13 cm long

Set of six dog nosed coffee spoons, in sterling silver marked TB&S, Sheffield, 1924, each approx 9 cm long, 42.7g (6)

Five interesting silver spoons, Danish W & S Sorenson, German Hanau silver ladle, a Seth brown American coin silver spoon, Dutch teaspoon, unidentified soup ladle.

A set of six Sargison's Australian sterling silver tea spoons., mauve bead finial.

Eight silver coffee spoons, twisted handles. Total weight 79g.

Seven sterling silver tea spoons, various dates and assays, including one Dublin 1831

A collection of ten sterling silver tea spoons, various dates and assays

Eight sterling silver tea spoons, various dates and assays

Set of six sterling silver teaspoons, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1937, E.L, together with pair of miniature sterling silver sugar tongs, hallmarked Sheffield, 1937 and teaspoon, hallmarked, London, 1909, total weight 145gm, (8)

Scottish hallmarked sterling silver Victorian set of eight teaspoons in the fiddle & thread pattern, monogrammed 'Eg', Edinburgh, 1839, maker Andrew Wilkie, weight 135g

A set of nine sterling silver tea spoons, and sugar tongs, with torsade handle design, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1900. Total weight 148.1g. (10)

Five Victorian sterling silver tea spoons, grapes design, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1899. Total weight 127g

Six silver coffee spoons, cubic handle with bun finial. Maker's marks indistinct. Total weight 39g

Sterling silver teaspoon by Tasmanian Colonial silversmith & retailer David Barclay (circa 1833) engraved with letter A. Provenance: Allport Family

Set of twelve Danish silver teaspoons, marks of Johannes Siggaard, Copenhagen, c. 1945, handles with shell ends, together with two serving spoons, cake server, three spoons, knife and three fruit forks, hallmarked (22), approx. Weight 769 grams (total)

Nine fiddle pattern sterling silver teaspoons, comprising of a pair hallmarked Dublin circa 1807/8 (Richard Sawyer) another Sawyer pair initialled R.S. (Dublin), 3 hallmarked London 1810 and 3 others, 141 grams

Twelve German silver coffee spoons, stamped 800, 108grams

A set of six sterling silver coffee spoons, with Japanese-themed finials

Pair of Victorian oval sterling silver serving spoons, hallmarked, London, 1844, George William Adams, together with six Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, hallmarked, London, 1841, William Eaton, total weight 196gm, (8)

Set of twelve dessert spoons, and six teaspoons, hallmarked, London, 1833, Joseph and Albert Savory, engraved with crest, total weight 852gm,

Five Victorian sterling silver bright cut teaspoons, 1848 London, with maker's mark for John Le Gallais, Old English spoons, profusely decorated with foliate forms, engraved Jsfr to the terminals, hallmarked underside, silver weight 85gr, length 13.5 c