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Silver & Vertu

Lawrences Auctioneers of Crewkerne Live Webcast Auction 21 Jul 2020 10:00 BST
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Crewkerne, Somerset

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  • The Linen Yard
  • South Street
  • Crewkerne
  • Somerset
  • TA18 8AB
  • United Kingdom

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A GEORGE III SCOTTISH BASTING OR HASH SPOON Fiddle & Thread pattern, engraved crest & motto, by Alexander Henderson, Edinburgh 1811 and an oar pa...

OLD ENGLISH PATTERN:- A set of seven George III table spoons, crested, by George Smith and William Fearn, London 1793, a set of six table spoons ...

A GEORGE III FEATHER-EDGE SOUP LADLE with a swirl-fluted circular bowl, by Hester Bateman, London 1774; 13.5" (34.3 cms) long; 5.2 oz

BY PAUL STORR:- A George III Hourglass pattern fish slice with a pierced blade, crested, London 1813; 12.2" (31 cms) long; 9.1 oz

FIVE VARIOUS SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SPOONS AND A TODDY LADLE (two pieces initialled), all by John Heron of Greenock, with various marks (the table s...

A GEORGE III FEATHER-EDGE SOUP LADLE with an Onslow scroll terminal and a fluted bowl, initialled "IF" on the back of the stem, by Thomas Evans, ...

A RARE GEORGE II SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TABLE SPOON Hanoverian pattern with an extended, faceted drop, and the script initials "MO" on the back of t...

A LATE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SMALL LADLE with a mounted whalebone handle, by Ferguson and MacBean of Inverness (F&M, dromedary, INUS), c....

A LATE 20TH CENTURY PARCELGILT PAPER KNIFE with the Prince of Wales' feathers terminal, by Stephen J. Rose, with Jubilee hallmarks for London 197...

A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III SCOTTISH DESSERT SPOONS Old English pattern, initialled "WL", by William Davie, Edinburgh 1781; 12.9 oz (12)

A LATE 20TH CENTURY SCOTTISH (SHETLAND) CADDY SPOON with a cross handle, maker's mark "SS", Edinburgh 1971, a George III Irish caddy spoon, inscr...

A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE IV SCOTTISH FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SPOONS initialled "J", by Alexander Henderson, Edinburgh 1823; 21.6 oz (12)

TWO PAIRS OF GEORGE III SUGAR NIPS (one pair initialled "B" over "TM"), by Stephen Adams, London c.1765 (no date letter), two pairs of George II...

A PAIR OF LATE 20TH CENTURY ICE TONGS with bark-textured arms and angular, toothed jaws, by Christopher N. Lawrence, London 1976; 6" (15.2 cms)...

A PAIR OF ARTS AND CRAFTS SUGAR TONGS with a hammered finish, maker's mark only, by Omar Ramsden & Alwyn Carr, London c.1910, together with a pai...

A CONTINENTAL FOLDING SPOON with a cast caryatid stem, scratched "MH" on the back, unmarked; 6.25" (16 cms) long; 1.1 oz

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN BEAD PATTERN BASTING SPOONS (single struck), monogrammed, by George Adams,London 1866, together with two cased sets of six co...

A QUEEN ANNE WAVY-END OR DOGNOSE TABLE FORK scratched "I" over "IM" on the back of the terminal, maker's mark worn, London 1708; 7.5" (19 cms) ...

A GEORGE IV SCOTTISH OAR PATTERN SOUP LADLE crested and initialled "M", maker's mark "W.E", Edinburgh 1826 and a Scottish punch ladle with a twis...

A VICTORIAN SET OF SIX ENGRAVED FISH KNIVES AND EIGHT FISH FORKS with ivory handles and a green-stained fern floral carved in relief on the termi...

A GEORGE III SERVING FORK Old English pattern with six tines, crested, by George Smith & William Fearn, London 1787 and a George III soup ladle w...

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH BRIGHT-CUT TEA SPOONS with scratched initials "T" over "S.S", by Solomon Hougham, London 1799, together with ...

A 20TH CENTURY SET OF TWELVE HORS-D'OEUVRE FORKS with playing card terminals, representing the trumps, by Garrard & Co. Ltd., Birmingham 1961; t...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SUGAR NIPS with a circular "box" pivot, initialled "MH", by either Richard Mills or Richard Morrison, London 1765-70, a pair...

TEN VARIOUS FOREIGN CADDY SPOONS and five various antique, Birmingham-hallmarked caddy spoons; the largest one 4.5" (11.5 cms) long; 6 oz (15)

SEVENTEEN VARIOUS ANTIQUE CADDY SPOONS (including one French & four Dutch examples), a Dutch plated caddy shovel, and two Old Sheffield plated ca...

A CONTEMPORARY DOUBLE-SIDED CADDY SPOON engraved to resemble a stylised eagle's wing form made by and signed "M. APPLEBY" and numbered "1", of a ...

A CONTEMPORARY LIMITED EDITION CADDY SPOON in commemoration of the late John D. Norie (founder of the Society of Caddy Spoon Collectors) with a p...

A RARE "DOUBLE DUTY" MARKED LEAF CADDY SPOON by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1797, another caddy spoon with stylised plumage or overlapping leaves a...

AN EDWARDIAN ART NOUVEAU CADDY SPOON with riveted construction, a hammered finish and an openwork form, maker's mark of H.C. Freeman overstriking...

A VICTORIAN CADDY SPOON with a fluted, fan-shaped bowl and a grotesque figure terminal, by Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1855, a late Victori...

A CONTEMPORARY PARCELGILT CADDY SPOON with an incuse eagle's wing on the terminal and a textured underside "No.1" of a limited edition produced f...

FOUR ANTIQUE FIDDLE PATTERN CADDY SPOONS with engraved bowls and four other Fiddle pattern caddy spoons with plain bowls, mixed makers & dates Ge...

A GEORGE III "PASTERN HOOF" CADDY SPOON with engraved decoration, initialled, by Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1816, a caddy spoon with a bright-...

A MIXED LOT:- An Edwardian mother of pearl-mounted folding fruit knife and "patent" orange peeler, Sheffield 1902, a mother of pearl-mounted fold...

A MIXED LOT:- A small early 20th century domed bell, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1913, a set of six William IV Old English pattern tea spoons by ...

A MISCELLANEOUS LOT OF FLATWARE & CUTLERY TO INCLUDE:- a Victorian mother of pearl-handled knife in a fitted case, another similar example, thirt...

A MIXED LOT:- A George III Scottish strainer spoon with a removable divider, a pair of Scottish serving spoons (now converted for use as salad se...

PORTUGUESE FLATWARE & CUTLERY:- A set of six table forks, five table knives (steel blades) and a carving knife (steel blade) by a Lisbon maker "I...

DANISH FLATWARE:- A large bright-cut serving spoon, initialled and dated "1903", by M. Elgaard of Copenhagen, a set of six bright-cut dessert spo...

A GEORGE IV SCOTTISH BASTING OR SERVING SPOON Fiddle & Thread pattern, crested, maker's mark "WM" over "AM", Glasgow 1826 and two Scottish provin...

AN EARLY GEORGE III ONSLOW PATTERN SOUP LADLE with a fluted circular bowl, by George Baskerville, London 1763; 13.4" (34 cms) long; 5.75 oz

OLD ENGLISH PATTERN:- A set of twelve George III dessert spoons, crested, probably by William Smith, London 1771, a set of six table forks, crest...

OLD ENGLISH PATTERN:- Thirty two various George III tea spoons, eighteen various antique dessert spoons (some Scottish & Exeter-made) and a set o...

A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SCOTTISH TABLE SPOONS Old English pattern, by J. Zeigler, Edinburgh 1807 and two by Alexander Spence, Edinburgh 1805, al...

FIFTEEN VARIOUS GEORGE II / III TABLE SPOONS including a matched set of bead pattern examples, many pieces with initials; 26 oz (15)

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III BRIGHT-CUT DESSERT SPOONS Old English pattern, crested, by Thomas Chawner, London 1776, a set of six George III Feather-e...

NINETEEN VARIOUS MOTHER OF PEARL-MOUNTED FOLDING FRUIT KNIVES Victorian and later, 1843-1922, a folding fruit knife and fork, a folding orange pe...

A MIXED LOT:- Two sauce boats, a cased set of six coffee spoons, a pair of filigree sugar tongs, three butter knives, a dessert fork, a Dutch spo...

THREE PAIRS OF GEORGE III BRIGHT-CUT TABLE SPOONS Old English pattern (one pair initialled), three other George III bright-cut table spoons, all ...

A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CIGARETTE CASE with bamboo in relief on each side, vacant cartouche, gilt interior, a small Chinese vase, a cased set...

FIDDLE PATTERN:- A set of twelve Victorian dessert forks, initialled "S", by Hyam Hyams, London 1847, a set of eleven table forks, initialled "S"...

A 20TH CENTURY CANADIAN PART-CANTEEN OF "GEORGIAN PLAIN" PATTERN FLATWARE TO INCLUDE:- Five table spoons, eight table forks, eight soup spoons, ...

FIDDLE PATTERN:- Twelve George IV / William IV table forks, by two makers, London 1824/30, twelve various dessert forks and six various dessert s...

A GEORGE II IRISH BASTING OR SERVING SPOON crested, by Alexander Richards, Dublin 1753 and an early Victorian Irish Fiddle pattern strainer spoon...

A QUEEN ANNE WAVY-END OR DOGNOSE BASTING SPOON with a plain moulded rattail, the initial "W" on the front of the terminal and the initials "P" ov...

AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY 'CHINA TRADE' MARROW SCOOP the centre section engraved with a small crest and initials, by Sunshing of Canton (with pseudo ...

A GEORGE III/IV SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE CADDY SPOON engraved with a crest below the crest "GRIP FAST", by William Jamieson of Aberdeen (WJ, AB...

A GEORGE III SCOTTISH MARROW SCOOP with a shaped centre section, the back of one scoop engraved with a crest, above the initials "JM" and below t...

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