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Silver & Vertu

Lawrences Auctioneers of Crewkerne Live Webcast Auction 20 Oct 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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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium Inc. VAT/sales tax: 30.00%
Online commission inc. VAT/sales tax: 5.94%

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TWO GEORGE II MARROW SCOOPS each with a pronounced drop on the back of the larger bowl and both engraved with the same Viscount's coronet and cre...

A LATE 20TH CENTURY HANDMADE SPOON with a hammered bowl and a fluted knop finial, by the Guild of Handicrafts (of Chipping Camden), hallmarked Lo...

A GEORGE III IRISH PROVINCIAL SOUP LADLE with a wrythen-fluted bowl and a feather-edge stem, crested, by Carden Terry of Cork (CT, STERLING, CT),...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN BASTING SPOONS initialled "W", by William Eaton, London 1814 and a matched pair of Fiddle pattern salad serv...

AN EDWARDIAN ART NOUVEAU SPOON with a heart-shaped bowl and openwork junction of the stem and bowl and an enamelled terminal, by G.L. Connell, Lo...

A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON with shoulders, a shaped circular bowl and engraving, by Edward Fairbrother, London 1814, a George III ivory-handled cad...

A GEORGE III CADDY SPOON with a pierced, spade-shaped bowl and engraving, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1801, another with a pierced oval bowl, in...

A VICTORIAN CADDY SPOON with a gilt, matted shell bowl and a hollow crescent, by George Unite, Birmingham 1872 and two other engraved caddy spoon...

AN EARLY VICTORIAN KING'S PATTERN CONDIMENT OR CREAM LADLE gilt bowl, by Mary Chawner, London 1838 and five various pairs of sugar tons; the lad...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SCOTTISH SUGAR TONGS with feather-edging and chased arms, initialled "MB", maker's mark only, by Milne and Campbell, Glasgow...

A SMALL PAIR OF GEORGE II SUGAR NIPS with straight arms, and a circular "box" pivot, crested and initialled "C", maker's mark "J.H" (script) and ...

A COLLECTED PART-SERVICE OF KING'S PATTERN FLATWARE:- A set of six table spoons, nine dessert spoons and nine dessert forks, by George Adams, Lon...

A COLLECTED SERVICE OF BEAD PATTERN FLATWARE & CUTLERY TO INCLUDE:- Fifteen table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve d...

A LATE VICTORIAN / EDWARDIAN MATCHED PART-SERVICE OF OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE TO INCLUDE:- Eight table spoons, eight table forks, six desser...

A GEORGE III IRISH PROVINCIAL BASTING SPOON with a pointed end, crested, by William Reynolds of Cork (WR, STERG, WR), c.1770; 13.25" (33.5 cms) ...

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY PART SERVICE OF OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE TO INCLUDE:- Five table spoons, six table forks, six dessert spoons, six dess...

A CHINA TRADE SAUCE LADLE with a pierced bowl and pseudo marks (for Messrs. Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London 1810, c.1830, a George III bright-cut t...

A CHARLES II UNASCRIBED PROVINCIAL APOSTLE SPOON the gilt figure of the saint with a large plain nimbus and a sword (probably St. Paul), the back...

A CASED PAIR OF VICTORIAN FISH SERVERS with a pierced and engraved blade and tines, initialled, the ivory handles each carved with a putto fishin...

A MATCHED SET OF EIGHT KING'S PATTERN TABLE FORKS with Union Shell Heel, by two makers (Francis Higgins and Richard Britton), London 1823/27/28; ...

A RUSSIAN CADDY SPOON with a scoop shaped bowl and engraved decoration, Moscow 1890 and five various antique caddy spoons with Fiddle pattern ste...

A SET OF THREE GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE SPOONS crested, maker's mark "IL" (script), London 1772 and a Dutch penknife with a small ste...

KESWICK SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART:- A "Firth Staybrite" stainless steel caddy spoon, another with a longer stem, another chrome-plated example and...

OLD ENGLISH PATTERN:- Six George III table spoons and five dessert spoons, six various table forks and a set of five Victorian dessert forks, b...

A SET OF GEORGE IV MINIATURE WEST COUNTRY TABLE SPOONS (possibly sample pieces), initialled "B", by William Woodman of Bristol, hallmarked Exeter...

A SET OF SIX NORWEGIAN COFFEE SPOONS with ball terminals and twist stems, by Marius Hammer, together with five Vicrtorian Fiddle pattern tea spoo...

A MIXED LOT:- A set of six decorative tea spoons with vacant scroll cartouches, Sheffield 1903, an Art Nouveau small spoon & fork, thirteen vario...

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CASED SET OF TWELVE PAIRS OF MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLED FRUIT KNIVES & FORKS by Pearce and Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1917; the case ...

A MIXED LOT:- A pair of Arts & Crafts sugar tongs with a hammered finish, by Reynell Oswald Huysche*, London 1931, a set of four cast dessert spo...

AN EARLY CHARLES II WEST COUNTRY DECORATED PURITAN SPOON with a rounded bowl and a flared stem, the terminal scratched with a stylised flower and...

A LATE CHARLES II LACE-BACK TREFID SPOON with a ribbed Rattail, scratched on the back of the terminal with the initials E.D. by Thomas Issod, Lon...

A RARE ROMANO/BRITISH SPOON The off-set egg shaped bowl with an incised border and engraved chevrons at the junction, the hexagonal stem with a t...

MISCELLANEOUS FLATWARE:- A set of six Victorian Fiddle pattern table forks, nine Fiddle & Thread table spoons, all of the above initialled "H" to...

MISCELLANEOUS FIDDLE PATTERN:- A set of six Victorian table forks, two table spoons, six dessert forks and six dessert spoons, all initialled "H...

A MID 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN LADLE with a turned hardwood handle, an oval bowl with gilt interior, initialled, by an unknown maker, Moscow 1852; 1...

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY PART-CANTEEN OF HANOVERIAN PATTERN FLATWARE & CUTLERY TO INCLUDE:- Six soup spoons, six table forks, five dessert spoons, ...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL DESSERT SPOONS with Celtic points, initialled "J", by William Clarke of Greenock (WC, anchor, c, greenoa...

A MIXED LOT:- A set of six pairs of Victorian engraved fish knives and forks with carved ivory handles, a set of four Vicrtorian fruit/dessert kn...

TWO EARLY 20TH CENTURY MOUNTED IVORY PAPER KNIVES A small quantity of oriental forks and spoons (some with carved jade finials, an ivory handled ...

SCOTTISH KING'S PATTERN TEA SPOONS (SINGLE STRUCK WITH SHOULDERS) TO INCLUDE:- A set of twelve, with script initials on the back, with two maker'...

A CASED SET OF TWELVE MID 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SILVERGILT TEA SPOONS with naturalistic decorations, by Theophile-Desire Pinchou, Paris post 1838; ...

A COLLECTED PART-SERVICE OF OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE TO INCLUDE:- Six table spoons, nine dessert spoons and five tea spoons, together with si...

A QUEEN ANNE WAVY-END DESSERT SPOON with a plain moulded rattail and the initial "W" on the back of the terminal, maker's mark "RA", London 1705;...

A GEORGE III SCOTTISH SOUP LADLE with a Celtic point and a circular bowl, engraved crest and motto "CORDE ET MANU" by Francis Howden, Edinburgh 1...

A QUEEN ANNE TREFID SPOON with a plain moulded rattail and the initial "W" on the back of the terminal, by John Spackman, London 1705; 7.6" (19...

A JAMES II TREFID SPOON with a ribbed and scroll decorated rattail, the back of the terminal scratched with the initials "M" over "TA" over "RG" ...

CHANNEL ISLES:- An 18th century trefid spoon with a ribbed rattail and the initials "ABD" on the back of the terminal, maker's mark only, by Thom...

A SET OF FIVE GEORGE III TABLE KNIVES AND SIX TABLE FORKS (with steel blades & tines), with leaf-capped, feather-edge handles, maker's mark "I.R"...

A LATE 20TH CENTURY NORTH AMERICAN PART-SERVICE OF FLATWARE & CUTLERY Hampton pattern, to include:- Eight soup spoons, eight pudding spoons, e...

A PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE WAVY-END OR DOGNOSE TABLE SPOONS with plain moulded rattails & the scratched initials "H" over "IM" on the back of the termi...

A GEORGE IV IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN GRAVY SPOON by Joshua Buckton, Dublin 1828 and a pair of 18th century Hanoverian three-prong forks, crested, mar...

A GEORGE III SMALL CYLINDRICAL PEPPER OR SPICE CASTER with reticulated body and a blue glass liner, by Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, London 177...

A MIXED LOT:- A cased set of six tea spoons, a three-piece circular condiment set with blue glass liners and two spoons, a small toast rack, a pa...

A GEORGE III SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL CADDY SPOON with a shovel bowl, by William Ritchie of Perth (WR, double headed eagle), c.1800; 4" (10 cms) lon...

AN EARLY GEORGE III FISH SLICE with a pierced, triangular blade and a cast handle with a husk & scroll terminal, by William Plummer, London 1767...

A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN SALT SPOONS Bead pattern single-struck, engraved with a crest above the initials "JW", by George Adams, London 1866; 4.1...

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