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SILVER
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London 1824 Georgian solid silver large master butter knife with family crest.
London 1824 English hallmarked solid silver Regency period large master sized butter or pate knife, with family crest.
Old English pattern knife, with elegant shaped blade.
Weight-45 grams.
Size-7.5 inches long by 1 inch wide.
A nice addition to the table or to add to a canteen.
Ref: 5374
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London 1893 lovely pair of foliate engraved silver preserve or jam spoons by Robert Pringle, in original crimson lined case.
London 1893 Victorian pair of two English hallmarked solid silver foliate engraved preserve, jam or moist sugar spoons, made by collectable maker Robert Pringle, in the original gilt embellished crimson lined case.
With beautifully shaped bowls, having sharp points.
To be used for preserves, jelly, or whatever you like.
Size-5.9 inches long by 1.4 inches wide.
Weight-50 grams.
A really lovely pair of spoons, in an excellent case. Both case and spoons are in very good condition.
These would make a lovely presentation as a gift, or a very functional set for your own use.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 5340
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London 1922 GEORG JENSEN, very famous maker solid silver Continental pattern spoon.
London 1922 antique Georg Jensen, famous maker solid silver Continental pattern spoon, with full sets of both Danish and English hallmarks for sterling or solid silver. Danish Three Tower marks for 1922, Georg Jensen mark, 925S mark, assay marks for Christian F. Heise, and full London import marks for 1922, are on reverse, as well as George Stockwell's mark, as the London import agent.
Jensen was one of the most talented original and influential designers of the 20th century, and today his silver is most highly sought after. Although his workshop continued to produce pieces after his death, his older originally produced pieces, from the time when he was still alive, are most valued, such as this one.
This is a very popular silver spoon by a famous and collectable maker, this example being more valuable as it was produced under his tutelage while Georg Jensen was still alive.
Continental pattern was inspired by old Nordic wooden cutlery, and is produced with a lightly hammered finish. It is the first major cutlery pattern to come out of Jensen's workshop in 1906.
The tear dropped shaped bowl makes this spoon useful as a childs spoon, or for serving soups or sauces.
Size-5.5 inches long by 1 3/8 inches wide.
Weight-30 grams.
In very good condition.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 5411
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Edinburgh 1809 solid silver George III period large table spoon by James McKay.
Edinburgh 1809 Scottish hallmarked solid silver large table spoon by maker James McKay II, in the fiddle pattern.
Excellent clear hallmarks.
Size- 9 inches long.
Weight- heavy at 65 grams.
A very nice Georgian spoon at over 200 years old, also with practical use for serving food if you wish.
Very collectable Scottish silver in very good condition, with still sharply pointed bowl,having had little use in its lifetime.
There is an original initial H at the top of the stem, in script form.
A lovely and very functional gift.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.

Ref: 4015
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London 1875 solid silver childs set fork and spoon in original case by MARTIN AND HALL, famous makers.
London 1875 English hallmarked solid silver childs or Christening set comprising fork and spoon in original fitted case by Martin and Hall, renowned makers of fine quality silver.
Lovely scroll and leaf engraving to stems.
Measuring 6.5 inches long each, and weighing 65 grams, this Victorian set is in very good condition.
Ref: 4454
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19thC solid silver sifting spoon.
19th century English hallmarked solid silver sifting spoon, with rubbed hallmarks, in the Onslow pattern.
Graceful scroll end to stem, and pierced shell bowl.
Weight-30 grams.
Size 5.5 inches long, by 1.5 inches wide.
Good weight, and very good condition.
We have many other sifting spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.
Ref: 5018
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Birmingham 1930 solid silver beautiful and intricately engraved matchsafe.
Birmingham 1930 beautifully engraved English hallmarked solid silver matchsafe of very good quality, and made by W T Wiseman.
Vesta cases and match safes are airtight cases made to contain short friction matches and keep them safe and dry. They were made in many materials, and some in precious metals like this one, usually with gilt linings, to protect against corrosion from the match heads. They were widely made and used from 1890-1920. Now, they are very collectable and interesting small antique silver items, used for pills, etc.
Of wonderful quality, this match safe has all over hexagonal engraving, a vacant cartouche, and tapered edges. Also includes original matches.
Weight-40 grams.
Size-2.5 inches by 1.75 inches.
A lovely example in very good condition.
Ref: 4738
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Birmingham 1919 solid silver classic small candlestick, made by J. Gloster Ltd.
Birmingham 1919 English hallmarked solid silver stylish small candlestick with reeded decoration to top and base. Inscribed 1911-1936, this was apparently a memento for an important 25th year event.
This was made by Joseph Gloster Ltd., silversmiths of Lion Silver Works, Hockley Hill, Birmingham.
This is a classic piece and looks lovely alone, or in combination with other candlesticks, on desk, mantel or table.
Size-3 1/8 inches diameter by 3.25 inches high.
A great entry piece for a solid silver collection.
With the odd bump to bottom edge, a wonderful value in very good condition overall.
Ref: 5773
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Birmingham 1929 solid silver Christening or child's set in fitted case.
Birmingham 1929 English hallmarked solid silver Christening set with beautifully shaped stems with a double struck threaded pattern to spoon and shaped pusher, made by William Suckling.. They are contained in the original leather fitted velvet and satin lined case.
This was made in a very significant year, the year of the great Stock Market crash.
Weight-45 grams.
Size-Spoon 5.5 inches long. Pusher 3.75 inches long.
A wonderful gift for a child or a Christening.
In very good condition, appearing to have never been used.
Ref: 5806
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Edinburgh 1842 solid silver Scottish Kings pattern unusually large condiment spoon made by James and William Marshall.
Edinburgh Scottish hallmarked provincial solid silver very unusual large condiment preserve or jam spoon in the Kings pattern, made by James and William Marshall.
It bears an interesting and very attractive family crest of an upraised arm encased with armor, holding a dagger aloft.
With large tear dropped bowl, and graceful handle, this spoon would be excellent for sauces, honey or preserves.
It is larger than a teaspoon, by way of size reference.
Size-5.75 inches long by 1.25 inches wide.
Weight-30 grams.
It is beautifully made in a thick gauge of silver, and well balanced.
A really lovely, very unusual and most useful piece of collectable provincial Scottish silver.
We have many other individual and sets of spoons in inventory, so please contact us with your requirements.

Ref: 5433
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