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

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A PAIR OF EARLY VICTORIAN CAST NOVELTY FIGURAL GRAPE SHEARS in the form of a stork, standing upright, on a bird claw base, by Joseph Wilmore, Bi...

A VICTORIAN ELECTROPLATED HAM-BONE HOLDER with engraved decoration, by Martin, Hall & Co. Sheffield c.1860; 7.5" (19 cms) long

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SCOTTISH SUGAR TONGS Fiddle & Shell pattern, maker's mark worn, Edinburgh 1828, three pairs of George III sugar tongs, all in...

A VICTORIAN HAM-BONE HOLDER with a knopped terminal, plain handle and decorative, fan-shaped screw handle, initialled "N", by George John Richard...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVERGILT GRAPE SCISSORS Fiddle, Thread & Shell pattern, crested, by William Eley & William Fearn, London 1816; 7" (17.5 ...

A MID 20TH CENTURY MOUNTED MOTHER OF PEARL SHELL BAPTISMAL SPOON OR SCOOP with an engraved cruciform handle, initialled "IHS", by A.R.l Mowbray &...

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV KING'S HONEYSUCKLE PATTERN SERVING TONGS with pierced blades, crested, by Messrs. Eley & Fearn, London 1824; 10.5" (26.5 cm...

BY OMAR RAMSDEN:- An early 20th century small presentation trowel, inscribed on the blade "M.Harrow Congregational Church June 29th 1929", the ha...

BY THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFTS:- An Edwardian handmade spoon with a drop-shaped bowl, a hammered finish and an openwork finial, set with a green har...

A GEORGE III MARROW SCOOP Fine Bead pattern, crested, by George Smith & William Fearn, London 1786; 9" (22.7 cms) long; 1.5 oz

AN EARLY VICTORIAN PARCELGILT TABLE SPOON Bacchanalian pattern, by William Eaton, London 1839 and another similar Victorian table spoon Stag Hunt...

A PAIR OF SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE TABLE SPOONS initialled "JJM", by Donald Fraser of Inverness (DF, INS) c.1810; 4.5 oz (2)

A LATE 19TH CENTURY GERMAN SILVERGILT-MOUNTED PORCELAIN CHRISTENING KNIFE, FORK & SPOON in a lined and fitted case with the trade label of Heinric...

A PAIR OF SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TABLE SPOONS with "pointed" ends, engraved with two crests, by Robert Keay of Perth (RK, eagle, RK, eagle, RK) c.18...

A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED LATE 20TH CENTURY KING'S PATTERN KNIVES with stainless steel blades to include:- A set of five table knives & five side k...

A LATE 20TH CENTURY SET OF FOURTEEN KING'S PATTERN TABLE KNIVES Fourteen side knives and a carving knife & fork with stainless steel blades & tin...

KING'S PATTERN KNIVES:- A set of eight table knives by Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield 1960, a set of six table knives and six side knives by R...

A SET OF NINE GEORGE II HANOVERIAN PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS crested, by George Morris, London 1740-50 (date letters squished); 11.9 oz (9)

AN EDWARDIAN IRISH, BRIGHT-CUT AND STAR PATTERN SOUP LADLE with a fluted bowl, maker's mark "JS", Dublin 1901; 12.9" (32.7 cms) long; 5.3 oz

A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP LADLE maker's mark only "TT" script (struck four times), London c.1780 and an early Victorian fish slice, b...

A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED CONDIMENT AND OTHER SMALL SPOONS TO INCLUDE:- A set of five George IV Fiddle pattern egg spoons, a pair of George III Feat...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN BASTING SPOONS with pricked border work and engraved vacant cartouches, maker's mark of George Brasier o...

A PAIR OF GEORGE I HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLE SPOONS with plain moulded rattails and the initials "S" over "RE" on the back of the terminals, by An...

AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY NORWEGIAN PUNCH LADLE with an ebonised, turned wooden handle and an embossed shell-shaped bowl with a portrait of a gentlem...

A MIXED LOT;- Fifteen various small spoons (mainly for condiments), a pair of late Victorian sugar nips, a pair of engraved sardine servers, a sm...

A GEORGE III SCOTTISH PUNCH LADLE with a squat circular bowl and a twisted whalebone handle, initialled "S" on the base of the bowl, by George Mc...

A SET OF SIX GEORGE II TABLE KNIVES with reeded pistol handles and steel scimitar blades with the cutter's mark of "How", together with a set of ...

A VICTORIAN CASED SET OF SIX SILVERGILT APOSTLE-TERMINAL TEA SPOONS & MATCHING CADDY SPOON & PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS by Charles Edwards, London 1878/7...

FIVE SCOTTISH TODDY LADLES:- A Fiddle pattern pair, initialled "H" by either William Marshall & Son or William Mortimer, Edinburgh 1834, another ...

A GEORGE III PUNCH LADLE with a turned wooden handle, unmarked, a George III marrow scoop, maker's mark of George Gray (overstriking another) and...

A SET OF FOUR GEORGE I DESSERT SPOONS Hanoverian pattern with plain moulded rattails, engraved on the back of the terminals with a coat of arms, ...

A GEORGE I / II PUNCH LADLE with an egg-shaped bowl and a shaped rim, chased with three stylised shells, initialled "ES", leopard's head and make...

A GEORGE III SPOON CUM FORK with an egg-shaped bowl at one end and four tines at the other, by Thomas Northcote and George Bourne, London 1795; ...

SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL:- A selection of nine assorted small spoons and ladles, all by John Heron of Greenock showing the range of his makers marks, ...

A GEORGE III SCOTTISH BASTING OR HASH SPOON, OAR PATTERN engraved with a crest and the motto "WHETHER WILL YE", by Charles Dalgleish, Edinburgh 1...

A MIXED LOT:- Two engine-turned vesta cases, a paper knife with a cruciform terminal, a gold-mounted cheroot holder (cased), a late Victorian pep...

A GEORGE IV SCOTTISH SOUP LADLE Fiddle pattern, crested, maker's mark "IM", Edinburgh 1829 and another with a pointed end, engraved crest & motto...

A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III SCOTTISH TABLE SPOONS Hanoverian pattern, crested and initialled, by William Davie, Edinburgh 1776; 27.1 oz (12)

AN UNUSUAL EARLY 20TH CENTURY "TRAVELLING SAMPLE SET" of twelve tea spoons and a pair of sugar tongs, each of a different pattern and each engrav...

A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV SCOTTISH FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS crested, by J. McKay, Edinburgh 1829 and a set of seven George III Scottish Oar pat...

A SET OF FIVE WILLIAM IV OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TEA SPOONS by S. Hayne & D. Cater, London 1836, a set of five similar tea spoons, initialled, by A.B...

A LATE VICTORIAN CASED PAIR OF DECORATIVE, FRUIT SERVING SPOONS with fluted bowls, by Messrs. Slater,Slater and Holland, London 1900, a cased pai...

A MIXED LOT:- Five George III Fiddle pattern table forks, crested, together with a George III caddy spoon and three tea spoons (all A/F); 12.8 o...

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV / WILLIAM IV QUEEN'S PATTERN GRAPE SHEARS maker's mark partially unclear, "WK" or "WR", London 1830; 6.9" (17.5 cms) long; 2...

A MIXED LOT:- Four various antique sugar sifter ladles, a George III engraved caddy shovel, a carving knife & fork (with steel blade & tines), a ...

A GEORGE II SOUP LADLE with a fluted circular bowl, a double drop and a carved wooden leaf-capped pistol handle, the bowl crested*, maker's mark ...

AN UNUSUAL CASED SET OF THREE CADDY SPOONS each with an openwork, Royal Crown finial; one with a coin bowl (a William III crown of 1696) and the ...

A LATE GEORGE II DOUBLE-LIPPED PUNCH LADLE with a turned wooden handle and an embossed bowl, initialled "AH" on one side, by William London, Lond...

AN EDWARDIAN CASED PAIR OF GRAPE SHEARS with chased decoration and bead borders, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1906; 7" (18 cms) long; 4.3 oz

A MIXED LOT:- A set of six tea/coffee spoons with scroll-decorated, paddle-like terminals, by Liberty & Co., Birmingham 1947, three Swedish spoon...

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GERMAN LARGE CANTEEN OF KING'S PATTERN FLATWARE & CUTLERY IN AN OAK CABINET WITH TWO DOORS AND SIX DRAWERS TO INCLUDE:- Twe...

A MIXED LOT OF ASSORTED SPOONS, FLATWARE & CUTLERY TO INCLUDE:- Five dessert spoons, thirty tea and other spoons, two pairs of sugar tongs, a pa...

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