Silver & Vertu

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Silver & Vertu

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A SCOTTISH FIDDLE PATTERN TODDY LADLE initialled "C", by Robert Gray & Sons of Glasgow 1835, a pair of Fiddle toddy ladles, initialled "WG", make...

A RARE SET OF TEN VICTORIAN TEA SPOONS Princess No.2 pattern, crested, by George Adams, London 1853 and two more to match (not crested), maker "...

A MIXED LOT:- A set of four Fiddle pattern dessert forks by William Eaton, London 1839, four other fiddle dessert forks, an oyster fork, two sau...

AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PART-SERVICE OF FLATWARE IN A VARIENT OF QUEEN'S PATTERN TO INCLUDE:- Six table spoons, six table forks and six tea ...

A SET OF THIRTY ONE GEORGE IV TABLE KNIVES with Fiddle & Thread pattern handles, crested, and steel blades, by Robert Peppin, London c.1825 (mark...

A GEORGE III COLLECTED SERVICE OF OLD ENGLISH THREAD PATTERN FLATWARE (SINGLE-STRUCK), TO INCLUDE:- Six table spoons, twenty table forks, eight d...

A GEORGE II IRISH HANOVERIAN PATTERN BASTING OR SERVING SPOON with a pronounced rib and a single drop, by Christopher Skinner, Dublin 1750; 15.7...

CHANNEL ISLES:- An early 19th century Fiddle table spoon by John Le Gallais of Jersey and the following pieces with London hallmarks overstamped ...

CHANNEL ISLES:- The following pieces by Jacques Quesnel of Jersey:- two pairs of sugar tongs, two table spoons, two dessert spoons, four tea spo...

CHANNEL ISLES:- An early 19th century engraved table spoon and a tea spoon by Thomas de Gruchy and John Le Gallais of Jersey, and a Fiddle table ...

CHANNEL ISLES:- Victorian Albert pattern flatware to include:- One table spoon, one butter knife, one table fork and five single-struck tea spoo...

CHANNEL ISLES:- Seven various tea spoons (including a Guernsey militia example), two trefid spoons, a basting spoon, two table spoons, a dessert ...

A COLLECTED PART-SERVICE OF FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE TO INCLUDE:- Seventeen table forks, six table spoons, five dessert forks, two dessert spoons,...

A MIXED LOT OF FLATWARE:- A pair of George IV Fiddle pattern sauce ladles, seven table spoons, a butter knife, a double-ended medicine spoon, a ...

SIX LATER-DECORATED ANTIQUE TABLE SPOONS with chasing and parcel-gilding (for use as fruit serving spoons), a similarly later-decorated sauce lad...

A LATE 19TH CENTURY PLATED-MOUNTED PICNIC SET in a fitted leather case to include a collapsible beaker, a bone-handled folding spoon, folding kn...

A COLLLECTED SERVICE OF OLD ENGLISH AND HANOVERIAN PATTERN FLATWARE in a fitted oak canteen on legs with two drawers including:- A set of twelve...

A CASED SET OF SIX GEORGE V HANDMADE COFFEE SPOONS with a hammered finish, the terminals with an applied wire heart and a cabochon-set aventurine...

A SET OF TEN LATE 18TH CENTURY FRENCH SILVERGILT TEA SPOONS Fiddle, Thread & Shell pattern, with engraved coat of arms, by Jacques-Henri Alberti,...

A GEORGE III CANTEEN OF FIDDLE, THREAD AND DROP PATTERN FLATWARE (without shoulders) TO INCLUDE:- Twelve table spoons, twenty four table forks, t...

A VICTORIAN CASED SET OF TWENTY FOUR AGATE HANDLED DESSERT KNIVES and twenty four forks with scimitar blades and three tines, by Francis Higgins,...

A LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN SILVERGILT AND ENAMEL SERVING SLICE for dessert or cake, the scroll decorated handled with polychrome e...

CHANNEL ISLES:- A small group of seven pieces by Charles William Quesnel of Jersey, early 19th century to include:- two table spoons, three pair...

TWELVE VICTORIAN KING'S PATTERN TABLE KNIVES & FIVE SIDE KNIVES Seven Queen's pattern side knives and an Edwardian bread knife, mixed makers and ...

A PAIR OF GEORGE II IRISH SUGAR NIPS with a box pivot and chased decoration, initialled "WS", maker's mark unclear, Dublin 1740-50 (crowned harp ...

A WILLIAM III TREFID SPOON with a thread-bordered, moulded rattail, scratched "EC" on the back of the terminal, with mullets, by Isaac Davenport,...

A GEORGE II MOTE SPOON by Elias Cachart, another with maker's mark "I.I" crowned? and a pair of naturalistic spoons, one by Francis Higgins, Lond...

NEWCASTLE FLATWARE:- A set of six George III Old English pattern table spoons, initialled and crested, by Langlands and Robertson, Newcastle 1786...

A GEORGE I SERVING SPOON with a plain moulded rattail and the script initials "WMW" on the front of the terminal, by William Petley, London 1717...

A SCOTTISH FIDDLE TODDY LADLE initialled, by an unknown maker "WSJNR", Glasgow 1830, an unascribed mote spoon with a long stem, a diamond point a...

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS crested, by George Smith and William Fearn, London 1787, a Fiddle sauce ladle, initial...

KING'S PATTERN FLATWARE & CUTLERY:- Two table spoons, six table forks, two dessert spoons and six dessert forks, by Charles Boyton, London 1896...

A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III TEA SPOONS with shoulders, feather-edging and a twist pattern up the stems, by Thomas Chawner, London c1775, maker's m...

A GEORGE II SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL TABLE SPOON Hanoverian pattern with engraved crest and motto, by Thomas Johnstone of Montrose (TI, rose, B), c.17...

A MIXED LOT:- A George V basting spoon, a Victorian Bead pattern butter knife, a Victorian Venetian pattern sugar sifter spoon, a tea strainer, a...

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III / IV DESSERT KNIVES with mother of pearl handles and reeded ferrules, by John Mewburn, London 1820; 8" (20.3 cms) long ...

A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP LADLE by C & T Barker, London 1804, a basting spoon, initialled, maker's mark unclear, London 1803, a Georg...

A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVERGILT FRUIT SERVING SPOONS with cast stems and pierced bowls, by Charles Edwards, London 1895 and seven other items...

SCOTTISH FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE:- A set of twelve dessert spoons, initialled "AAK", by R. Gray & Sons, Edinburgh 1810, a set of twelve dessert f...

A SET OF SIX LATE VICTORIAN ENGRAVED FISH KNIVES AND FORKS with carved mother of pearl handles, maker's mark "P.A.& S", Sheffield 1899, together ...

A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV FIDDLE & THREAD PATTERN TABLE FORKS initialled "CF", by William Chawner, London 1823/24, a set of five Scottish Fiddle pat...

AN EDWARDIAN CANTEEN OF KING'S PATTERN FLATWARE:- Four table spoons, six table forks, six dessert spoons and six dessert forks, the vast majorit...

A GEORGE V PART-SERVICE OF OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE:- Twelve table spoons, six slightly larger table spoons, twelve table forks, eleven dess...

A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS ANTIQUE FLATWARE:- Nine various Irish dessert spoons, five dessert forks, an oyster fork, seven Irish Fiddle rattail...

ASSORTED ANTIQUE FLATWARE:- A matched set of four Fiddle Thread dessert spoons, five Thread pattern dessert forks, a Fiddle table spoon, a George...

TWO GEORGE III GAME/POULTRY SKEWERS, a George III matching skewer and poultry skewer with shell and ring terminals, by Messrs. Eley, Fearn & Chaw...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH BEAD PATTERN BASTING SPOONS by Thomas Northcote, London 1784 and a divider spoon, same pattern by George Smith a...

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