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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

Six Russian silver tea spoons, Victor Vasilyevich Savinsky, Moscow 1859-1894

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)

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)

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

A collection of 11 silver teaspoons with crests, total weight 141gm, together with three Dutch 830 silver anointing spoons with embossed coastal scenes, 148gm

Six Art Deco demitasse sterling silver coffee spoons, Sheffield 1936 by Reid and Sons, 52gr

Nine sterling silver teaspoons & two sauce spoons, with various English hallmarks, 202grams approx

Six Norwegian gilt silver & enamel coffee spoons, by David Andersen, 925/1000 purity, 9.8 cm long, 62 grams approx

Set of five Victorian fiddle pattern tea spoons, in sterling silver marked CB, London, 1870 approx 14 cm long, 97g

Set of six Fiddle Pattern Irish sterling silver tea spoons, marked Dublin, 1836, IB approx 16 cm long, 128g

A sterling silver tea spoon, monogrammed K, Hardy Bros, Sheffield, 1917. Weight 10g.

Set of six sterling silver and enamel coffee spoon, hallmarked Birmingham 1962 in original case

A set of six Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, 1876 Glasgow, with maker's makers marks for probably William Coghill, bead edged Old English spoons, hallmarked underside to stems, silver weight 112gr, length 13.5 cm

A set of Georgian sterling silver teaspoons, probably 1816 London, with silver standard, no city stamp, maker's mark Gt for probably George turner, although date mark slightly precedes recorded registration date, Old English spoons with monograms to te

A group of eight Edward VII silver coffee spoons and sugar tongs, all Kings pattern, Robert Pringle & Sons, Sheffield, 1904. Total weight 135.1g.

Six Georgian bright cut sterling silver tea spoons, Hallmarked London 1800, maker Peter, Ann & William Bateman 72g approx. Purchased Shrubsole Antiques, London 1972

Set of 8 Victorian sterling silver tea spoons, fiddle pattern, maker: EE, Elizabeth Eaton, hallmarked London 1849, 166g approx.

Six American sterling silver coffee spoons, by Reed & Barton, 10 cm long, 59 grams

Set of six Rattail Victorian Tea spoons, in sterling silver marked FH, London, 1898 12 cm long, 114g

An Israeli .800 silver dessert server and twelve Rosebud teaspoons, 20th century, with maker's mark to server for Hazorfim, spoons marked in Hebrew, a pierced and engraved trowel style server with floral motifs and spoons with cast rosebud and leaf ste

Twenty seven sterling silver spoons, Sifting spoons, tongs, 18th to early 20th century, various English assay offices and makers, including a set of six scalloped apostle teaspoons with a matching sifter spoon and sugar tongs, three matching Victorian King

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

A set of six and a set of five sterling silver Georgian teaspoons, early 19th century, both sets without town assay stamps but with date stamp, set of six marked with single letter 'D' for presumably maker's mark, set of five with maker's m

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