Georgian decorative bright-cut solid silver table spoon 1816 - 60gms. Newcastle Sheffield. just a very pretty spoon. bright-cut or ribbon effect detail to handle and around inner bowl with shell effect edge to bowl.
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This is a pair of early 19th-century (1822) Georgian sterling silver large table or serving spoons. Good quality Georgian antique spoons. Monogram EP. DATE: 1822. HALLMARKS: London, SILVER fineness 925, MAKER William Seaman.
Assayed in Exeter 1811, the spoon is clearly hallmarked on the reverse of the handle, with the maker's mark of William Welch II. This is a good quality solid sterling silver serving or table spoon. There are initials on the finial.
TABLE SPOONS. Both spoons are in good used condition. Assayed in Vilnius, Lithuania - 1897. Assayed in Tbilisi, Georgia - 1889. ANTIQUE SOLID SILVER. IF YOU ONLY WANT ONE. with slight irregularities in the bowls.
This is a pair of superb Georgian early 18th-century (1808) George III, solid sterling silver berry serving spoons. DATE: 1808. These are large fruit/berry serving spoons at around 8 3/4" long and of decent weight.
A Quality Silver Old English Pattern Tablespoon made by the highly collected and well respected silversmith Orlando Jackson and assayed in London in 1772. The spoon is 21.5cm in length and weighs a good 58g.
Fully hallmarked for NETHERLANDS 1850. TABLE SPOONS. A superb set of TABLE SPOONS, in almost. Notice the ridge down the centre line of the. ANTIQUE SOLID SILVER. and with the maker`s mark. 167 years old.
Rattail profile to the reverse of the spoon bowl. A solid & heavy gauge early Georgian spoon, weighing 67g. WEIGHT : 67g. Early 18th-century George I (1726) sterling silver antique table spoon. DATE : 1726.
Fully hallmarked For Peter & William Bateman, making this a very collectable and much sought after set of serving spoon's. Antique 211 Year Old Pair of Solid Table/Serving spoon's, Fully Hallmarked For London 1808.
Crisp and clear hallmarks for Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1803. The spoon is in good condition with remnants of a monogram to the handle and a couple of small dings to the bowl. Georgian solid silver table spoon.
A great quality fiddle pattern solid sterling silver table or serving spoon. The spoon has an italicised initial 'D' on the finial. The silver is in a good, used condition with no dents or tears. Hallmarked on the reverse of the finial for London 1866, with the maker's mark of the Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd (Samuel Smily).
This is a set of eight large solid silver table/serving spoons c.1840-41. All in the Fiddle pattern. All fully silver hallmarked - three for London 1840 and five for London 1841. All in excellent original condition.
Made by Jane Lambe, one of the very few early female silversmiths, her mark features a lamb over her initials I.L. HALLMARKS: London, SILVER fineness 925, MAKER Jane Lambe. This is an early 18th-century (1724) solid sterling silver berry spoon.
A Superb Antique Solid Silver Fiddle Pattern Table or Serving Spoon by Walker & Hall, Assay Hallmarked, Sheffield 1904. The spoon is 7" in length, and weighs: 46g. This spoon is described as a table or serving spoon, as that was its designation when they were made in the 17th.18th.
A rare pair of early 18th-century (1721) George I, solid silver antique table spoons by Joseph Barbut. HALLMARKS : London, SILVER fineness 958. MAKER Joseph Barbut. Britannia silver standard - the higher silver grade of 95.8%.
Fully hallmarked for LONDON 1811. TABLE SPOONS. ANTIQUE SOLID STERLING SILVER. A superb pair of tablespoons. OLD ENGLISH PATTERN. and with the maker`s mark -. Note the unworn lead edge of the bowl. A very attractive armorial of a flighting heron.
<p>Here we have a nice George III Solid Silver Hanoverian Pattern Table Spoon Hallmarked London 1764?</p><br><p>In good condition, a nice spoon marks are difficult to read, but likely to be 1764</p><br><p>spoon 20.8cm in length</p>
A fabulous solid silver spoon made from Sterling silver with great hallmarks. Lovely fiddle neck and large bowl and with a monogram B to the handle. Great for collectors or enthusiast alike and would fit in any collection or possibly as a gift or why not spoil yourself with this great 200+ years old Irish Sterling silver spoon and a piece of history.
<p>Here we have a George III Solid Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoon Hallmarked London</p><br><p>In good condition, minor wear to the bowl as can be seen in the photographs. The date letter is also rubbed</p><br><p>spoon 21.5cm in length</p>
<p>Pair of George III Solid Silver Hanoverian Pattern Table Spoons HM London 1773</p><br><p>Maker, Stephen Adams</p><br><p>Spoons are a pair, which is nice to find and the marks are clear. Good patination and wear, some wear to the edges of the bowls as can be seen in the photographs. There are also some minor dents to the bowls.</p><br><p>Each 21cm in length</p>