Sterling soup ladle, old engraved monogram. 11" long.
Approx. 4" long.
Approx. 8" high. Not cast, not marked.
Having original chased and repousee ornament, marks rubbed but visible. 4" high.
Hanoverian tablespoon, engraved terminal with initials, clear hallmarks. Maker's mark: William Turner.
12.5" wide, excellent quality.
Bearing full hallmarks of London maker, in late 17th C style, having coin set in bottom. Perhaps 5 oz.
5" wide over the handles. Maker's mark hard to figure: "FAB?"
Very nice fiddle thread, shell pattern ladle, Eley Fearn and Chawner, London, 1809. The best engraved crests.
Crested Old English pattern small ladle, bearing marks for Eley and Fearn, London, circa 1810.
Typical form, first letter of maker's name mark obscured. Having silver bowl and twisted wood handle.
Pair of circular American salt cellars, in G II style, Boston maker: Jones, Ball and Poor, circa 1840.