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A pair of William IV Scottish silver serving spoons by J.A, Edinburgh 1831, in fiddle pattern engraved with initial H, 226 grams, 30 cm long, (2)

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

Ten George IV crested sterling silver dinner forks, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1826, comprising of 9 by William Eley II and 1 by Charles Eley, 20 cm long 923 grams

Early Victorian 47 piece suite of cutlery fiddle, shell and thread pattern, comprising, eleven tablespoons, (and two other similar, but different maker), six table forks, six table knives, six butter knives, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, and five

Pair Georgian fiddle & thread tea spoons. In sterling silver marked London, 1811, RCGS approx 58g, 13 cm long

A large Irish silver basting or ragout spoon. Fiddle pattern with contemporary engraved crest of an armoured hand holding a dagger. John Power, Dublin 1805

Eight Georgian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, initialled Mjl, James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin) Sheffield, 1920. Total weight 435g.

Six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern initialled S. William Robert Smily, London 1850. Weight 260g.

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian set of twelve spoons in the fiddle pattern, London, 1862, maker Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, weight 749g

Four Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, Henry Holland, London 1877. Weight 88g

A pair of Victorian Scottish sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, initialled HMB, Robert Gray & Son, Glasgow 1870. Weight 40g

George IV sterling silver basting spoon, fiddle and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1821 (William Eley & William Fearn), 30.8 cm long, 148 grams

Antique Canadian silver crested basting spoon, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, 29 cm long, 165 grams

Good George III crested fiddle pattern fish slice, hallmarked London 1806 (R.T.), 28.7 cm long, 128 grams

Eight sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, with various hallmarks including Georgian, Victorian and provincial marks, 338 grams

Pair of William IV sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, hallmarked London 1834 (Mary Chawner), 18.4 cm long, 108 grams

A composite silver flatware service by various makers, dates and patterns, comprising: six each Victoria Fiddle pattern dessert spoons and table forks, six each Fiddle and Thread pattern table forks, dessert forks and teaspoons, six later table knives, fiv

A Victorian sterling silver Fiddle and Thread pattern flatware service, the majority by William Eaton, London 1842-1858, with later knives, Garrard & Company, Sheffield, 1972, comprising: six each table spoons, table forks, dessert spoons, dessert fork

A collection of silver flatware, Fiddle pattern, mixed dates and makers, comprising, sixteen each table spoons, table forks, dessert spoons, dessert forks, eighteen teaspoons and eight various miscellaneous spoons, 4544 gms total weight

A George III sterling silver basting spoon, 1826 Exeter, with early maker's mark for William Woodman, a fiddle pattern spoon with an engraved terminal, hallmarked underside, silver weight 149gr length 32 cm

Set of six Victorian fiddle pattern dessert spoon, in sterling silver marked CB, London, 1869, approx 17 cm long, 238g

A William IV sterling silver Fiddle pattern basting spoon, engraved with a Bishop's crest by Jonathan Hayne, London 1834

Set of six George III sterling silver serving spoons, hallmarked, London, 1809 William Eley, William fern, William Chawner, in fiddle and thread pattern, with engraved crest, total weight 456gm, length 21 cm

Continental sterling silver ladle, in fiddle and thread pattern, impressed J.M, to handle and impressed PRP verso, total weight 262gm, length 34 cm

Late Victorian sterling silver ladle, hallmarked, London, 1872, George Aldwinckle, in fiddle and thread pattern, with circular bowl, total weight 206gm, length 33 cm

George III sterling silver ladle, hallmarked London, 1812, Samuel Harwood, in fiddle and thread pattern, engraved with crest to handle and circular bowl, total weight 262gm, length 34 cm

A pair of sterling silver gravy ladles, 1855 London, with maker's mark for Metcalf Hopgood, fiddle pattern ladles engraved 'R' to the terminals, hallmarked underside, silver weight 142gr, length 18.5 cm

Ten silver soup spoons, of a fiddle pattern and various makers, and nine silver dinner forks together with two silver entree forks. 1248gm

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

12 silver soup spoons and 12 silver dinner forks, of similar fiddle patterns, some bearing a crest. 1760 gms

A George IV silver ladle, fiddle pattern Maker Thomas Watson Newcastle 1795 218gm

Set of five Victorian fiddle pattern tea spoons, in sterling silver marked CB, London, 1870 approx 14 cm long, 97g

Set of six Fiddle Pattern Irish sterling silver tea spoons, marked Dublin, 1836, IB approx 16 cm long, 128g

A George III silver small sifter spoon, fiddle pattern. Birmingham 1795.

A pair of Australian Colonial silver mustard spoons, fiddle pattern, engraved monogram, monogrammed TCH (probably for Thomas Hyndes, timber merchant of Sussex Street), Alexander Dick, Sydney c.1830, marks A.D/anchor/NSW (ref. J.M.Houstone 'Early Australian

Fiddle & Shell pattern Georgian Scottish toddy ladle in sterling silver, marked Edinburgh, 1819, Heron approx 16 cm long, 28g

A George III pair of sterling silver Fiddle, thread and shell pattern table spoons by William Chawner, London 1811

Geo.lll sterling silver fiddle pattern sauce ladle, hallmarked London 1808, 65g approx., 17 cm long approx.

Early Victorian sterling silver serving spoon, fiddle pattern, maker: Mary Chawner, hallmarked London 1839, 72g approx., 22 cm long

Four antique sterling silver serving spoons, fiddle pattern, hallmarked Edinburgh 1837, maker George Bell, 291g approx.