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Two George III silver Old English pattern sauce ladles. Maker George Smith (II). London 1806. 104gm.

A pair of Victorian silver sauce ladles, fiddle pattern; Elizabeth Eaton, London 1843

A William IV silver sauce ladle and a silver butter knife, fiddle pattern ladle; Wm Eaton, London 1832; engraved butter knife; G.M.Jackson, London1885. (2)

Two George III sterling silver sauce ladles, 1. London 1810, 2. London 1815

Two various sterling silver sauce ladles 1. London 1823, maker J.M 2. London 1903, maker IMS

Sterling silver sauce ladle hallmarked London 1859, 75 grams

A pair of George V silver sauceboats. Maker: Collingwood & Co London 1931, each boat is with a gadrooned border on hoof feet with scrolled handle. 10 cm high, 448gm. It is together with a pair of Kings pattern sauce ladles. Maker: George Bishop & Sons Shef

Sterling silver fiddle pattern sauce ladle, London 1830, 2.5oz

Ladles: Handsome fiddle and thread design ladle made by William Eaton of London c1842 (300+ grams); plus 2 Victorian sterling silver sauce ladles 164 grams.

A pair of George III silver sauce ladles, Old English pattern; Wm Chawner, London 1820. Total weight 116g.

A George IV sterling silver sauce ladle by Jonathan Hayne, London 1827 85 grms 18.5 cm long

A good pair of George III sterling silver sauce ladles, Thomas Wallis II, London 1795 90 grms

A George III silver sauce ladle maker Richard Crossley London 1794. Hanoverian pattern together with a Victorian silver sauce ladle maker William Theobalds London 1840. 131gm.

Antique Georgian sterling silver sauce ladle, London 1799

A pair of Victorian silver sauce ladles, fiddle pattern; H & H Lias, London 1869. Total wt 136g

A very rare Australian sterling silver sauce ladle, by Alexander Dick (1791-1843), hallmarked with a lion passant, leopards head, monarchs head and a capital E, initialled. 18.5 cm long

A William IV sterling silver fiddle pattern sauce ladle with stag crest. London,1830. Length 21 cm

A William IV silver sauce ladle, King's pattern, crested, circular bowl. Glasgow 1834 by John Mitchell.

A Victorian sterling silver sauce ladle, fiddle pattern, Exeter 1859. Length 15.8 cm

Pair of sterling silver sauce ladles, London 1790, George Smith and William Feam

Victorian sterling silver sauce ladle by George Angell, London 1850

A pair of early Victorian sterling silver sauce ladles, william Eaton, London, 1839/40, king's pattern, the terminals engraved with an armorial crest (rubbed). Length 10.5 cm. Total weight 46gr.

A Victorian silver sauce ladle, fiddle pattern. London 1845 by Charles Boyton

A George III silver sauce ladle, Old English Pattern, the handle engraved with a Welsh dragon crest. London 1802 by William Eley and Wiliam Fearn

A Victorian sterling silver sauce ladle, Elizabeth Eaton, London, 1846/7 fiddle thread and shell pattern. Length 18 cm. Weight 90gr.

Two Old English sterling silver sauce ladles, London 1805 Alice and George Burrows

Antique Georgian sterling silver sauce ladle Glasgow 1827, salt spoon London 1841 and salt spoon Birmingham 1900

Antique Georgian sterling silver sauce ladle Edinburgh 1806 and a later tea spoon

Antique Scottish sterling silver sauce ladle Edinburgh 1825

A pair of George III silver sauce ladles - Hanoverian pattern.

A George III Scottish sterling silver sauce ladle, by Walter and Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh 36 gms

Pair of Bateman sauce ladles, bearing marks for Peter and Anne Bateman, London 1797, Old English pattern and having hemispherical bowls and crested handles (2). Length 18 cm, weight 95 grs

A Victorian sterling silver sauce ladle, circa 1878 London, Francis Higgins, decorated in fiddle thread and shell pattern, with cockerel crest, length weight 92gr

A pair of sterling silver fiddle& thread sauce ladles by George Adams, London

A Scottish sterling silver Old English pattern sauce ladle, Edinburgh 1817, Length 17 cm

A William IV Scottish sterling silver sauce ladle, Glasgow 1834, Length 16 cm

A William IV sterling silver fiddle pattern sauce ladle London 1835

Dutch silver pair of sauce ladles and serving spoons by van Kemper & Sons, 1924

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