Three sterling silver items, a cheese scoop with 'Ivory' handle, Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1782; a ladle William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1806; and a pair of sugar tongs, Mary Sumner, London 1808, monogrammed R*H
A George III silver and ivory Stilton cheese scoop, the silver spade form blade and baluster short shaft fitted to the tapered and ribbed square section ivory handle. Birmingham 1802 by Samuel Pemberton, a noted cheese scoop maker.
Hunt and Roskell, sterling silver cheese scoop, Old English pattern, bearing fouled anchor surmounted by coronet in relief and having government stamp on reverse, bearing marks for Hunt and Roskell, London 1846. Weight 75grs. Length 21.5 cm
Sterling silver stilton scoop, having rod pusher and knurled composition handle, early 20th century with no visible mark; together with a sandwich server having plain spatula base and openwork sprung upper jaw and decorative handle, probably early 20th cen
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