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A fiddle thread & shell pattern silver flat Ware set for six William Chawner /, circa 1830-1836, comprising six large table spoons, six entree spoons, six entree forks, six table forks, six knives, six teaspoons, four egg spoons, sugar tongs, fish serv

Set twelve George III sterling silver soup spoons, all London 1819, maker William Chawner in Kings pattern. Wt. 1,180grams (total).

Three sterling silver table / soup spoons, fiddle pattern, hallmarked Sheffield 1912, maker Joseph Rodgers & Sons, 224grams

Set five German 800 silver soup spoons, all marked 800, with patterned handles. Length 21 cm (each) Wt. 330grams (total).

Three sterling silver soup spoons, Georgian and Victorian, 1802 London, 1802 Exeter, and 1839 Newcastle, various makers, Old English spoons, two initialled 'H' to finial; the Exeter spoon with a contemporary inscription below hallmarks; all hallmar

Two pairs of George III sterling silver soup spoons, 1779 and 1816 London, with makers' marks Wt and Solomon Hougham respectively, an Old English pair and a fiddle pattern pair, engraved initials to finials; all hallmarked underside, silver weight 276g

Four Victorian sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1850, 1852, 1846 & 1868, various makers. Fiddle back pattern, three spoons monogrammed, 290 grams total

Eight Victorian sterling silver soup spoons, 6 hallmarked London 1842 and 2 hallmarked London 1843, all maker James Beebe, 565 grams total

Pair of Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1821

Five interesting silver spoons, Danish W & S Sorenson, German Hanau silver ladle, a Seth brown American coin silver spoon, Dutch teaspoon, unidentified soup ladle.

Four sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked Sheffield 1913, 298grams approx

Set of six English sterling silver spoons, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1937, (3), 1935 (3), together with three sterling silver soup spoons hallmarked, Sheffield, 1937, total weight 378gm

Pair of George III Scottish sterling silver spoons, (table / soup spoons), hallmarked Edinburgh 1791 (James Hewitt), 22.5 cm long, 117 grams

A group of various silver soup spoons and a ladle weighing 1177 gm

A set of 12 forks and 12 soup spoons, all 19th century continental silver made in a fiddle and thread pattern, various makers. 1268gm

Two Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1797 and 1802

Four antique silver soup spoons, to include 2 Russian Imperial silver hallmarked 1882 & 1894 and 2 others hallmarked London 1762 (Thomas Jackson) and 1839, 266 grams

Pair of George III sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1818, 130g approx., maker: William Eley & William Fearn

Early Victorian sterling silver soup spoon, hallmarked London 1852, 73g approx.

Six early Victorian sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1842, 460g approx.

A set of four sterling silver table/soup spoons, London 1855, E.E., weight 382 g

Four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, late 18th to early 19th century, London, various makers, Old English spoons, each engraved to the terminals & Hallmarked. Silver weight 236gr. Length 21.5 cm

A set of four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1801 London with maker's mark for William Eley & William Fearn, elegant Old English pattern spoons; hallmarked to finials. Silver weight 266gr. Length 22 cm

Twelve marching Russian silver soup spoons, fiddle back, circa 1896-1908, 21 cm long, 928 grams approx

Six sterling silver soup spoons stamped sterling, 299grams approx

A pair of Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1808 London with maker's marks for Richard turner & John Shea, the fiddle pattern spoons with scallop shell terminals, engraved 'C' to terminals; hallmarked underside to both, silver weight 13

Four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1797, 1804, 1821, 1829 London, various makers, all of thread edged design, three in fiddle pattern, one Old English; crisply hallmarked to terminals of all, silver weight 299gr. Length 23 cm

Four sterling silver soup spoons, three Georgian, one Victorian, circa 1820s-40s, London (three) Exeter, various makers, all fiddle pattern, three with engraved initials to the terminals; hallmarked underside to all, silver weight 272gr. Length 22 cm

Three William IV sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1837 (Charles Taylor & Son), 22 cm long approx, 226 grams approx

Pair of Geo. III Irish sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked Dublin 1798 (Michael Keating), 21.5 cm long approx, 117 grams appox

George III sterling silver soup spoon, hallmarked London 1805 (George Smith (IV)), 22.5 cm long approx, 74 grams appox

Pair of George III sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1808 (Richard Crossley & George Smith IV), 22 cm long approx, 119 grams approx

Pair of George III sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1809, 22.5 cm long approx, 134 grams approx

Eight George III sterling silver soup spoons, hallmarked London 1807, 22 cm long approx, 488 grams approx

George II hallmarked sterling silver soup spoon. London 1752, maker HH. Some dents to bowl. Length 21 cm Wt. 53g

George III hallmarked sterling silver soup spoon. London 1807, maker RR monogrammed. Length 23 cm Wt. 63g

A set of four Georgian sterling silver soup spoons, 1788 London, with maker's marks for Charles Hougham. the Old English spoons with bright cut feathered edges to shaped throats, engraved crests to the terminals; crisply hallmarked underside. Silver we

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