Assembled Set of Four Kings Pattern Sterling Silver Large Tablespoons Two spoons are made by Charlie Jacques and Frederick Bartholomew. The other two spoons are made by Mappin brothers. Date letter 1901. Exceptional quality, two pairs match great selling as an assembled set of four
9 1/4" diameter, 17.8 oz troy. Having engraved armorial, stiff leafage border. 1819-38 standard.
Having shell bowl and bottom marked with legible date letter but not maker. London, circa 1765.
Tea Caddy circa 1900. The spoon is about 1790's. Available separately if you just want the tea caddy at a lower price.
Having oval inset sterling placque with engraved crest and date letter of 1898. The gallery and handles are silver plated.
English, Victorian Silver Plated Fish serving set with bone handles. Fine engraving, including imagery of a sea serpent. $190.00 for the pair.
Washington in gilt, nice cast floral border. All hallmarks clear and in good condition.
Approx. 4" long.
Approx. 7" diameter.
12.5" wide, excellent quality.
Pair of circular American salt cellars, in G II style, Boston maker: Jones, Ball and Poor, circa 1840.
An assembled pair, one London, 1810 and the other London 1814--each with wear to gilt wash interiors, reeded edge, old monogram.
Pair of Old English pattern tablespoons, approx. 8.5" long, bearing original engraved monogram. Note bowl tip wear, marks worn but legible. George Aiken 1765-1832
Sterling soup ladle, old engraved monogram. 11" long.
Hanoverian tablespoon, engraved terminal with initials, clear hallmarks. Maker's mark: William Turner.
Having engraved crest and fine cast foliate handle, bearing mark of Roberts, Smith and Co, circa 1825-35. 18" x 14" x 11" high approx. dimensions.