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Set of six George III sterling silver dessert, spoons, hallmarked London, 1810, Eliz & Mary Sumner, in Old English pattern, monogrammed, total weight 216 grams (6)

A Georgian sterling silver gravy ladle, 1782 London, with maker's mark for George Smith III, an Old English pattern ladle with engraved initials and an armorial to the terminal; hallmarked underside, silver weight 50gr. Length 17.5 cm

Three mixed Georgian and Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, early to later 19th century, London, various makers, comprising a King's pattern spoon; an Old English pattern spoon; a fancy back, bright cut, bead edged Old English spoon; hallmarked

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 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

A set of six Georgian sterling silver teaspoons, 1792 London, with maker's marks for Charles Hougham, Old English pattern spoons with contemporary engraved initials to the terminals; hallmarked underside, silver weight 68gr. Length 12.5 cm

Canteen of George V sterling silver cutlery feather edge pattern, comprising, six table forks, six tablespoons, six dessert forks and six dessert spoons, sauce ladle, Sheffield, 1922, by Walker & Hall and twelve bone handled knives together with pair o

A pair of George III sterling silver table spoons, Old English pattern, initialled D. Solomon Hougham London 1809. Weight 142g.

An Edwardian sterling silver ladle, Old English pattern John round & Son Ltd, Joseph Ridge, Sheffield 1905. Length 32.5 cm. Weight 259g.

Georgian silver skimming spoon in Old English pattern, hallmarked London 1798, by Fearn and Eley

Dutch silver Old English thread fish slice, hallmarked 1906 (J.M. Van Kempen & Son), 833/1000 purity, 30.2 cm long, 127 grams

George III sterling silver fish slice, hallmarked London 1804 (William Eley & William Fearn), with Old English pattern handle, 29.8 cm long, 137 grams

Pair of Hester Bateman sterling silver spoons, bright cut Old English pattern, hallmarked London 1782 and 1784, 22 cm long, 115 grams

Victorian sterling silver crested basting spoon, Old English pattern, hallmarked Exeter 1838 (Robert Williams), 32.5 cm long, 110 grams

Pair of crested sterling silver sauce ladles, Old English pattern, hallmarked Sheffield 1860 (Henry Wilkinson & Co), 16.5 cm long, 91 grams

Five Victorian sterling silver bright cut teaspoons, 1848 London, with maker's mark for John Le Gallais, Old English spoons, profusely decorated with foliate forms, engraved Jsfr to the terminals, hallmarked underside, silver weight 85gr, length 13.5 c

George III sterling silver soup ladle, in Old English pattern by George Smith & William Fearn marked London, 1792 approx 33 cm long

English hallmarked sterling silver George III serving spoon in the Old English pattern, monogrammed 'L'. London, 1813, maker John Lias

English hallmarked sterling silver George III cutlery in the Old English pattern, comprising four serving spoons, four forks & four table spoons. London, 1802, maker William Eley & William Fearn

A set of six Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, 1876 Glasgow, with maker's makers marks for probably William Coghill, bead edged Old English spoons, hallmarked underside to stems, silver weight 112gr, length 13.5 cm

A set of Georgian sterling silver teaspoons, probably 1816 London, with silver standard, no city stamp, maker's mark Gt for probably George turner, although date mark slightly precedes recorded registration date, Old English spoons with monograms to te

Twenty seven sterling silver spoons, Sifting spoons, tongs, 18th to early 20th century, various English assay offices and makers, including a set of six scalloped apostle teaspoons with a matching sifter spoon and sugar tongs, three matching Victorian King

A set of six and a set of five sterling silver Georgian teaspoons, early 19th century, both sets without town assay stamps but with date stamp, set of six marked with single letter 'D' for presumably maker's mark, set of five with maker's m

An old English rat-tail pattern silver plated table service for ten place settings

A fine pair of George III sterling silver basting spoons, 1817 London, with maker's marks for Thomas Wilkes Barker, elegant Old English spoons with pointed tips, with engraved griffins to the terminals & Hallmarked underside. Silver weight 174gr. L

A matching mixed pair of sterling silver basting spoons, 1895, 1897 London, with maker's marks for George Myers, and Charles Boyton, Old English spoons, crisply hallmarked to finials. Silver weight 305gr. Length 30 cm

Two Georgian sterling silver basting spoons, 1768 and 1818 London, with maker's mark for William & Thomas Chawner, and; John & Henry Lias, respectively, an Old English spoon and a later large fiddle pattern spoon, hallmarked underside to both.

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

An antique part suite of sterling silver cutlery, Old English and Thread pattern, 18th/19th century mixed makers comprising six table spoons, sixteen table forks, six dessert spoons, twelve entree forks, ten teaspoons and seven Russian silver table knives,

A mixed set of six George III sterling silver dessert spoons, 1813, 1814 (two), 1815, 1816 and 1832 London, with maker's marks for William Bateman I (four) and two others marked Wb within a rectangular cartouche, Old English dessert spoons, five with e

A sterling silver composite, Old English pattern 12 place setting flatware set 1903 London, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Ltd, comprising of: 12 table spoons 12 dessert spoons 12 tea spoons (one spoon replaced) 12 table forks 12 dessert forks 1 soup ladle l

English hallmarked sterling George III silver spoon by Hester Bateman in the Old English pattern. London, 1777, maker Hester Bateman. Condition good, general age related wear. Weight 44g

Georgian sterling silver 'Old English' pattern Stilton scoop, London 1775

Pair of sterling silver 'Old English' pattern ladles, London 1796, maker: W.E.

A Victorian sterling silver, Old English bright cut pattern, cutlery set with oak canteen case 1868 London, by George Adams 105pcs in total top tray canteen comprising of: 18 table forks, matching hallmarks 18 dessert forks, matching hallmarks 10 dessert s

A Georgian Scottish sterling silver serving spoon, old English & shell pattern marked Edinburgh, 1810, AH, approx 31 cm long & 95g

An elegant pair of French .950 silver serving spoons, 1896 and after, with Minerva 1 standard and maker's mark for HEnin et Cie to lozenge, with gilt washed bowls with generously threaded ribbon tied edges to Old English style handles; hallmarked to bo

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