Thirty four pieces sterling silver flatware, Kings pattern, including 6 each entree forks && dinner forks;6 each soup spoons && dessert spoons;6 tea spoons, and four condiment spoons. Various makers, but the majority of Victorian dates. Tot
Late Victorian sterling silver suite of cutlery double struck Kings pattern with engraved crest, comprising, twelve table forks, six tablespoons, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks and twelve tablespoons
Four Victorian sterling silver pieces of flatware, Kings pattern, including a mustard spoon with gilded inside (Chawner & Co (George William Adams), London 1875, 29g), a mustard spoon (Elizabeth Eaton London 1845, 30g), a cream ladle (James Crichton Gl
English hallmarked sterling silver William IV & Victorian set of six spoons in the Kings pattern. Two, London, 1832, maker William Chawner II, four, London, marks rubbed. Condition: good, minor wear consistant with age. Weight 567g
A sixty one piece Victorian sterling silver cutlery service, circa 1841 & 1842 London, various makers' marks: Ce, Ee for Elizabeth Eaton, Ga for Chawner & Co (George William Adams), Jw for John James Whiting et al. In the Hourglass King's Husk pattern and
A sterling silver Kings pattern 25pcs part flatware, service, first quarter 19th to early 20th century, various makers and assay marks, comprising of 7 dessert spoons. 4 table spoons. Pair, of ladles. 6 dessert forks. 6 table forks, length 21.8 cm. Total w
A sterling silver cutlery canteen Kings pattern with monogram (knives without monograms). Various years and makers. Six dinner forks, twelve dinner knives, twelve entr?e knives, a pair of cream ladles, eleven dessert spoons, six entr?e forks, six table spo
Bespoke canteen of antique silver cutlery in fitted oak case. Ex Henry Charles 'Inky' Stephens (February 1841 – July 1918) with full sets of Kings pattern knives, Old English pattern servers, Rattail forks, fiddle thread and shell asparagus. Various Englis
Victorian 95 piece suite of sterling silver cutlery double struck Kings pattern, 12 place setting comprising, table forks and knives, table spoons, dessert forks and knives, sauce ladles, tea, salt and mustard spoons etc. London 1856.
12 silver handled table knives and 12 luncheon knives, along with matching fish servers and carving knife and fork, King's pattern handles, knives with 'rustless' blades, the serving utensils with stainless steel blades. The knives Sheffield 1951 by George
Sterling silver 'Kings pattern' cutlery set, hallmarked Sheffield 1937, comprising of 6 each dinner knifes and forks, entree knifes and forks, dessert spoons, serving spoons, plus 5 teaspoons, 2 ladles, mustard spoon, together with a butter knife (43)
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