• Two Sterling Silver Salt Shovels, Early 19th Century

    One is marked with " I G" and the other with "G", these appear because of their style, to be of the period.
    £30.00
    Age: 1800-1849
    £5.00 postage
    Product: Tableware
    or Best Offer
    Composition: Solid Silver
  • rare silver mustard spoon Richard Duncan Carlisle / Newcastle 1843 good marks

    A unusual silver mustard spoon fully hallmarked for Richard Duncan of the Market place Carlisle, hallmarked in Newcastle, date letter e for 1845 ?. ,duty mark, sterling . This fine item in as found condition , the length is approx 9.8 cms x 2.8 cms wide at the bowl.
    £39.00
    Age: 1800-1849
    £9.00 postage
    Product: TablewareComposition: Solid Silver
  • George IV 3 Hallmarked 1824 Silver Teaspoons London i Maker G P

     Three solid silver teaspoons  which I believe are hallmarked for London 1824 ,makers initials GP  (George Piercy) the marks are worn . These have been in daily use and as such all have dents in the bowl part of the spoon, (see pictures), length of spoon 5.1/2" inches . These also have an initial  "G" engraved at the top on the back of each spoon above maker's initials.  Weight of all three,   64g.   Postage by Royal Mail special delivery.
    £45.00
    Age: 1800-1849
    £9.99 postage
    Product: TablewareComposition: Solid Silver
  • Cased Set Of Six Silver John Biggin Cutlery Sheffield 1908

    Each spoon is fully hallmarked for silver, Sheffield, 1908 and has the makers mark of ‘JB’ (John Biggin). A lovely cased set of six silver knives with steel blades dating to 1908. The cased set weighs 405g.
    £120.00
    Age: 1800-1849
    £14.00 postage
    Product: Tableware
    or Best Offer
    Composition: Solid Silver
  • Set Of 3 Monogrammed Georgian Silver Spoons

    These spoons also have a mark of George III's head. On the oldest of the three, we have the earliest marks for George Wintle, the Lion Rampant (the British standard), a crowned leopard (indicating London), the initial "n" (indicating the date 1788) and the King's head (George III).
    £155.00
    Age: 1800-1849
    £16.00 postage
    Product: Tableware
    or Best Offer
    Composition: Solid Silver
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