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A pair of George IV Grape Scissors.

A pair of George IV silver-gilt Grape Scissors, vine and grape decoration, William, Charles and Henry Eley, London 1824.
Struck also with a French tax mark.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM, CHARLES AND HENRY ELEY (worked 1824-1825)


A set of Scottish Teaspoons

A Set of six Spoons, Edinburgh 1944, Sybil Norah Pringle.
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Maker: SYBIL NORAH PRINGLE (worked from 1941)


A Spice Sifting Spoon

A small George IV spice sifting Spoon, London 1828, John Brydie.    Read more

Maker: JOHN BRYDIE (worked from c.1823)


An Arts and Crafts Spoon

A long Spoon in the arts and crafts manner, with hammered bowl and Celtic knot finial, Winifred King and Company, Birmingham 1928    Read more

Maker: WINIFRED KING & CO, BIRMINGHAM (worked from 1933)


A George III Salad Fork

A George III old english pattern Salad Fork, London 1784, Richard Crossley.    Read more

Maker: RICHARD CROSSLEY, LONDON (worked c.1775-1815)


A George III Irish Sauce Ladle

A George III Irish Sauce ladle with shell bowl and flat-chased handle, Dublin , circa 1760, Christopher Skinner.    Read more

Maker: CHRISTOPHER SKINNER (worked from c.1739)


A pair of Victorian Servers.

A pair of Victorian Serving spades, Elkington and Co., Birmingham 1888,    Read more

Maker: ELKINGTON & COMPANY (founded 1832)


A Victorian Serving Spoon

A Victorian old english thread pattern Gravy Spoon, London 1861, George Adams.    Read more

Maker: GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON (worked 1840-1883)


French Dessert Eaters

An early 19th century French first standard silver-gilt set of 6 Dessert Spoons and Forks, fiddle thread and shell pattern, Paris, circa 1825.    Read more

Maker: BAZILE CHENAILLIER (worked c.1819-c.1838)


A set of 18th century Miniature Spoons

A set of six hanoverian pattern miniature Spoons, maker's mark only in script letters, possibly for Marmaduke Daintrey, London, circa 1750.
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Maker: Unknown


A silver Christening Spoon with a tragic story.

A late Victorian reproduction Apostle Spoon, the terminal as St. James the Greater, London 1895, George Lambert.    Read more

Maker: GEORGE LAMBERT (worked 1860-1900)


A Liberty Spoon

Liberty and Company.
A heavy deep-bowled cast Spoon, Birmingham 1930, pattern number 6138.    Read more

Maker: LIBERTY & CO, BIRMINGHAM (worked from 1922)


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