21 item(s) found:

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A rare Charles II trefid silver child's spoon, plain oval bowl with flame back and rat's tail, the handle engraved with flowering tendril. London 1679 by Laurence Jones. Length 14 cm

A William III sterling silver trefid spoon, maker: William Scarlett

Sterling silver trefid knife, fork and spoon set, London 1896

A collection of early English sterling silver trefid spoons, comprising, Dublin silver trefid with rattail circa 1680-1719, provincial silver spoon circa 1730 marks rubbed maker Wo and London rattail spoon circa 1719, (3)

Five assorted sterling, Britannia and Continental silver spoons, early 19th to 20th century, a Georgian berry spoon, a shell jam spoon, a trefid finial rat tail spoon with crest for the Royal Cinque Ports golf club, and two others, Continental and other ma

William III / Queen Anne silver trefid spoon with rattail bowl, marks partially rubbed London, M in elegant shield approx 15 cm long, 20g

A William & Mary silver lace-back trefid spoon, by Thomas Issod, 1688. London assay marks, date mark letter for 1688. Makers mark: 'Thomas Issod', marked 'T I' under a Crown. Length 19.8 cm. Weight 57grams

A fine pair of Georgian sterling silver berry spoons, 1792 London, with maker's marks (to one spoon only) for Richard Crossley, Delightfully cast with crimped and fruit embossed bowls to long tapering finely hammered and scroll engraved stems and trefid sh

A pair of William and Mary Britannia standard beaded rat tail trefid spoons William Scarlett 1697 with dot engraved initials MS & ES, L. 20 cm

A Charles II lace-back silver trefid spoon, Edward Hulse, London 1684, the handle engraved with initials and the head of a classical male, 19 cm long, 41 gms

A sterling silver spoon, ladle and fish knife, 1868 London, with maker's mark for Henry Holland, a fiddle pattern ladle hallmarked to reverse of finial; 1916 London, with maker's mark for Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co Ltd, a dessert spoon with relief scro

A Charles II silver spoon, bottom marked with a ribbed rat's tail, initials to the trefid terminal. London 1683 by Thomas Issod. Length 19.8 cm

Queen Anne Britannia silver trefid rat tail spoon, London 1702

William and Mary sterling silver trefid rat tail spoon attributed to William Scarlett, London 1691

James II sterling silver lace back trefid spoon John Smith, London 1686

Charles II sterling silver trefid rat tail spoon by Robert King, London 1677

A Charles II silver lace-backed trefid spoon, by Edward Hulse 1684, with a ribbed rat-tail, the reverse of the terminal initialled 'Sts', the front with mask motif amongst scroll work, 19 cm long, 41gms (1.2ozs). Reference: For similar spoons see Bonhams L

Three sterling silver table spoons, comprising one crested Britannia standard Hanoverian rat tail bearing indistinct makers mark, London 1718; one Hanoverian pattern rat tail, initialled 'A' over 'Tp' and bearing marks for Henry Clarke, London 1722; and on

A Queen Anne silver trefid spoon with rat-tail, London 1706, maker Thomas Saddler