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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

Pair of Victorian sterling Sliver mustard spoons, hallmarked, London, 1856, S.H//D.O, in fiddle pattern, total weight 24gm (2)

Provincial English sterling Siver fork, in fiddle and thread pattern, total weight 48gm

Victorian sterling silver basting spoon, hallmarked London, 1851, John James Whiting, in fiddle pattern, with crest and monogram, total weight 158 grams, length 30.5 cm

Set of six George III provincial Scottish sterling, silver dessert spoons, hallmarked Perth, Robert Keay I, c.1820, in fiddle pattern, total weight 241 grams (6)

George III provincial Scottish silver sugar tongs, hallmarked Perth, Charles Murray, c.1816-1825, in fiddle pattern, total weight 42 grams, length 15 cms

Set of six George III sterling silver table forks, hallmarked London, 1807, Eley fern & Chawner, in fiddle and thread pattern, with monogram, total weight 511 grams (6)

Set of six William IV sterling silver dessert, forks, hallmarked London, 1830, William Eaton, in fiddle pattern, total weight 323 grams (6)

Set of six Edwardian sterling silver dessert forks, hallmarked London, 1916, Donald Fraser, in fiddle pattern, total weight 308grams (6)

George III Scottish provincial sterling silver, teaspoon, hallmarked Aberdeen, James Smith, c. 1800, in fiddle pattern, total weight 18grams, length 14 cm

George III Paul Storr sterling silver dessert fork, hallmarked London, 1817, Paul Storr, in fiddle pattern, total weight 54grams, length 17 cm

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

Four sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern, two hallmarked Sheffield 1912, maker Joseph Rodgers & Sons,the other two hallmarked London 1906, 196grams

Five sterling silver entree forks, fiddle pattern,1 hallmarked Sheffield 1912, maker Joseph Rodgers & Sons, the other four hallmarked London 1906, 250grams

Georgian fiddle & thread sterling silver sauce ladle, marked RC, 1812, 84g & 17 cm long

A set of six Georgian and Victorian sterling silver table forks, 19th century, London, various makers, Wc, Hs, Ga, a set of heavy gauge thread edge fiddle pattern forks, hallmarked underside, silver weight 522gr. Length 19.5 cm, and smaller

A Georgian sterling silver gravy ladle, 1817 probably London, (panther head absent), with maker's mark for William Eley & William Fearn, a thread edge fiddle pattern and shell ladle, with an engraved armorial to terminal; hallmarked underside, silv

A set of six Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, 1851 London, with maker's marks for H.J. Lias & Son, thread edge fiddle pattern spoons, hallmarked underside, silver weight 179gr. Length 14.5 cm

A small Georgian sterling silver sifter spoon, 1818 London, with maker's mark for Josiah & George Piercy, a fiddle pattern spoon with a rollover terminal engraved with initials, the shallow bowl pierced with cross, dot and leaf forms; hallmarked un

A mixed set of six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, 1862 and 1888 London, with makers' marks for Chawner & Co (two), and John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater (four), fiddle pattern spoons, the terminals with various armorial; all hallmarked

Two pairs of George III sterling silver sugar nips, 1797 and 1808, probably London, makers' marks for George Wintle and Mary Sumner respectively, a bright cut Old English pair and a fiddle pattern pair; hallmarked to stems, silver weight 71gr. Lengths:

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

Six Georgian Scottish sterling silver dinner forks with the Adams Family crest, 1816 Edinburgh, with maker's mark for William & Patrick Cunningham, two with rubbed marks, fiddle pattern forks engraved to the finials with a crest and cross marked &#

A Crisp set of Victorian dessert forks, London, with maker's marks for Robert Stebbings, fiddle pattern thread edged forks, hallmarked underside to terminals, silver weight 343gr. Length 18 cm

A set of six Georgian and Victorian sterling silver table forks, 1832 and 1838 London, with makers' marks for Adey Bellamy Savory (four), and Richard Britton (two), the fiddle pattern forks, all with armorials underside to the terminals, a bull's h

A set of six Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, 1881 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall (John Edward Bingham), fiddle pattern spoons, with contemporary engraved initials to the terminals; hallmarked underside and with additional Walk

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)

Continental silver fish serving knife, with open work blade, fiddle pattern handle. Length 30 cm. Weight 150g

Victorian sterling silver ladle, fiddle pattern, Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1857. Length 32 cm.

Set of 12 George IV sterling silver teaspoons, crested fiddle, thread and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1826 (William Eley II), 13.7 cm long, 384 grams

Pair of George IV sterling silver salt spoons, crested fiddle, thread and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1826 (William Eley II), 10.5 cm long, 58 grams

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

Set of 4 George IV sterling silver tablespoons, crested fiddle, thread and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1826 (William Eley II), 22 cm long, 373 grams

Set of 6 George IV crested sterling silver ladles, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1826 (William Eley II), 17.8 cm long, 469 grams

Set of 6 George IV sterling silver tablespoons, crested fiddle, thread and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1826 (William Eley II), 22 cm long, 578 grams

Ten Georgian sterling silver dessert forks, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, London hallmarks comprising of 5x crested spoons 1826 (William Eley II), 2x 1820 (William Eley & William Fearn), 2x 1819 (William Eley & William Fearn) and 1x 1822 (Franc

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

Ten Georgian & William IV silver dessert spoons, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, London hallmarked, comprising of 4 crested spoons 1826 (William Eley II), 3x 1820 (William Eley & William Fearn), 2x 1819 (William Eley & William Fearn) and 1x h

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

George V sterling silver mustard pot lobed melon shape, with acanthus topped scroll handle on shell decorated scroll feet, London, 1828, makers, Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, with a sterling silver fiddle pattern mustard spoon by John, Henry & Cha

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