A collection of sterling silver and silver plate cutlery, comprising, a Scottish Victorian silver cream ladle by James & William Marshall, Glasgow 1844, six silver bright cut teaspoons Sheffield 1927, a plated pair of fish servers, a cheese scoop and f
A set of Sheffield plate fish servers and a silver serving fork, circa 1900, with maker's for W.R Humphries & Co (fish servers), the boxed antler handled fish servers with bright cut and prick work decoration, with sterling silver ferrules with mak
A pair of Edwardian ivory, silver and plated fish servers, 1902-5 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Samuel Biggin & Son, having bright cut floral designs to the blade, with scroll and foliate repousse mounts and terminals between round shaped ivory handles;
Edwardian boxed fish cutlery consisting of a set of fish cutlery for six persons with silver plated blades and prongs, silver ferrules and xylonite handles. In green velvet and silk lined case. Sheffield, 1900, maker W.R Humpreys a set of fish servers with
A pair of Aesthetic Movement silver-plate fish servers by Richard Martin & Co (26), by Richard Martin & Co, together with a set of twelve fish knives and forks with design registration marks for the 20th February 1879. (26)
A Victorian cased set of silver plate fish servers, late 19th century. a slice and fork, King's pattern, with unidentified maker's mark, fitted in original leatherette-covered case. Height 32 cm., and shorter
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