11 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

Antique plated Nautilus shell form spoon warmer, flip top engraved 9th July 1882, shell form thumb piece to back, approx. 15 cm high

A Martin Brothers stoneware spoon warmer, modelled as two opened mouth grotesque creatures with scales and green wings, incised Martin Southall. 14.5 cm high

Antique spoon warmer, toast rack, trinket box and rose water sprinkler (4)

A Victorian silver plated two branch candelabrum, with gadrooned and fluted decoration, 47 cm high; and a Victorian silver plated spoon warmer by Elkington & Co, 1877, in the shape of a nautilus shell, 13.5 cm high. (2)

A silver-plated spoon warmer in the form of a mythical fish. 14 cm high

A silver plate cornucopia spoon warmer on scroll dolphin base together with posy vase and hand warmer (3)

A late Victorian sterling silver nautilus shaped spoon warmer, maker's mark William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London circa 1898 fashioned as a segmented nautilus shell with enclosed top and hinged lid mounted upon a stylistic rocky base with shell shaped handle,

Antique silver plated spoon warmer in the form of a rowing boat

A Victorian Phillip Asprey plated folding spoon warmer on a pierced stand. Height 30 cm.

Richard Sturrock 19th century green glazed grotesque vase of a seated fantasy creature, stamped on the base 'Sturrock, Guildford'. This piece was inspired by the popular Martin Bros. Pottery piece that was designed as a spoon warmer