19 item(s) found:

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Antique sterling silver & enamel Edward VII coronation souvenir spoons, marked CSFS, London, 1901, 14 cm long

A set of six American sterling silver souvenir teaspoons, early 20th century, with maker's marks for Watson Company, six identical Casa Del ray, Santa Cruz Gal spoons, hallmarked to stem, silver weight 94gr. Length 14 cm

A large collection of twenty four American sterling silver cast novelty souvenir spoons 20th century, all variously marked sterling and with maker's marks. Includes a set of six complementary eagle finial spoons with engraved bowls. Silver weight 462gr

22 piece silver cutlery. Including 6 sweet spoons, Sheffield 1963, James Dixon; 14 pce coffee set marked 800, incl. 6 each spoons & forks, jam spoon & butter knife; & two various souvenir spoons, for Hong Kong & Athens. Wt. 311g

Twenty five silver world souvenir spoons 204 grams approx

Five Art Deco silver and enamelled Egyptian. Souvenir spoons, c.'s 800 silver gilt with enamelled pictorial scenes. Lengths 11.2 cm-12.8 cm

A set of seven American and Canadian sterling silver souvenir spoons, California, New York, Texas, Washington, Hawaii, San Francisco & Vancouver, 32 grams

Six sterling silver and enamel souvenir spoons hallmarked 1950,

Five sterling silver souvenir spoons, all hallmarked to include a caddy spoon Gleninsheen 1973 dudlin caddy spoon with green enamel 4 leaf clover, WA swan finial, Chester 1956 town crest, maker GB Ltd, a small Danish spoon marked BH, and a Birmingham 1939

A collection of silver and enamel souvenir spoons, mainly 800 standard

11 silver etc small spoons, including European souvenir & condiment.

Australian silver souvenir spoon with Piping Shrike emblem, maker H.S & Co

14 pieces various hallmarked sterling silver table ware. Six pearl handled forks; three salt spoons; Tasmanian souvenir shell teaspoon; sugar nips; napkin rings

A group of seven silver tea and souvenir spoons, including a set of three monogrammed sterling silver, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1902/3; an Isle of man souvenir spoon, Sydney & Co., Birmingham, 1912/3; a pair of 800 silver spoons; and an enamelled 835 silv

A sterling silver souvenir spoon with kangaroo by J.M Wendt.