1 2 3 4 5 9 »

A Scottish George III Marrow Scoop.

A George III Scottish Marrow scoop with twisted stem, Edinburgh, circa 1790, William Robertson. Struck only with a maker's mark, duty mark and Edinburgh town mark.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM ROBERTSON (worked from c.1790)


A Scottish Provincial Serving Fork.

An unusual fiddle pattern Serving Fork, William Jamieson, circa 1830.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM JAMIESON, ABERDEEN (worked from c.1810)


A 17th century Knife.

A 17th century 'Cartridge' handled silver Knife with silver blade, London circa 1675. It is very unusual for knives of this type to have a silver blade. The maker's mark 'IC' within a heart, at pre...    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A group of Tiffany silver Flatware

A group of Tiffany flatware, with 'Greek' pattern handles, comprising nine Fruit Knives, pattern number 330, 12 Melon forks, pattern number 332, and seven Pickle forks, pattern number 329. The piec...    Read more

Maker: TIFFANY & CO (worked from c.1837)


An unusual Pickle Spoon

A Queens pattern Pickle Fork/Spoon, of unusual design, London 1917, John Marshall Spink.    Read more

Maker: JOHN MARSHALL SPINK (worked c.1880-1900)


A Pickle Fork

A Victorian Pickle or Oyster Fork, London 1838, John Harris.    Read more

Maker: JOHN HARRIS (worked from 1818)


An Irish provincial Oyster Fork.

An Irish small fiddle pattern Oyster Fork, marked only with 'Sterling', Cork circa 1825. Engraved with a contemporary crest.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A Field Marshall's silver Serving Fork

A William IV fiddle pattern long Serving Fork, London 1831, Lias brothers.    Read more

Maker: LIAS BROTHERS, LONDON (worked c.1830-1890)


A looted Napoleonic War Fork

Napoleonic Wars.
A Spanish thread edge Tablefork, circa 1800, marked by Zunzarren of San Sebastian, Spain, inscribed on the front 'Plunder of St. Sebastian 31st August 1813.' Engraved on the ...    Read more

Maker: ZUNZARREN (worked from c.1790)


A George III beaded Marrow Scoop.

A George III bead-edge Marrow Scoop, London 1775, Sumner and Crossley.    Read more



An 18th century Caddy Spoon.

A George III Caddy spoon with scroll handle and shell bowl, maker's mark only George Smith, London circa 1770.    Read more

Maker: GEORGE SMITH III (worked 1774-1782)


A China Trade Marrow Scoop.

A China Trade Marrow Scoop, circa 1825,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


1 2 3 4 5 9 »