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 Stock #

 DESCRIPTION
Material

 Date

 MAKER/assay

 Price

26390

BASTING SPOON, 12 INCHES long, FIDDLE PATTERN engraved with with crest of an arm holding a branch with leaves, issuing from a cap.

Weight 4.56 troy ounces, (142 grams) Fully marked with five punches.

STERLING
1816
WILLIAM EARLY
& WILLIAM FERN LONDON
$525.00

 

22759

PAIR OF DESSERT SPOONS, 7 inches long, FIDDLE THREAD PATTERN

Weight 2.60 troy ounces, (81 grams) Fully marked with five punches.

STERLING
1805

WILLIAM SEAMAN

LONDON

$250.00

22760

DESSERT SPOON, 7 inches long,
FIDDLE THREAD PATTERN

Weight 1.60 troy ounces, (50 grams) Fully marked with five punches.

STERLING
1809

WILLIAM ELEY

LONDON

 

$125.00

22765

GEORGIAN DESSERT SPOON, length 8 inches "Old English "pattern.

Monogram "W" over "M" & "C".

Wear to tip of spoon, maker's mark script "HB" is clear, the other four marks distorted by repair to handle.

STERLING
c.1776

HESTER BATEMAN

LONDON

$75.00

22769

GEORGIAN TEASPOON, length 5 inches
OLD ENGLISH PATTERN

Monogram "A S".

FOUR MARKS

STERLING
1797
PETER BATEMAN & ANN BATEMAN
$65.00

22761

DESSERT SPOON, 7 inches long,
OLD ENGLISH PATTERN

Weigh 1.37 troy ounces, (43grams) Fully marked with five punches.

STERLING
1790
JOHN BRIDGE LONDON
$125.00

23115

GEORGIAN CRUET, sterling frame, height 8 inches, with reeded gallery and reeded loop handle. Raised on four feet. The eight glass bottles are of two designs, three have bands of strawberry ground, and five have panels of strawberry ground alternating a star. The mustard and pepper have silver plate caps.

Fully stamped with five marks but the mark is rubbed.

STERLING
1800
LONDON
$700.00

26511

GOBLET, 6-1/2 inches high. Georgian. The Coconut cup is mounted with a silver rim with tooled band. Turned lignum vitae stem and foot.

Vertical crack in the coconut goblet.

Silver unmarked

STERLING

with wood

c.1785
BRITISH
$175.00
26216
CADDY SPOON, length 3-1/2 inches. Fiddle pattern with a scroll design in the bowl. Crest of Eagle head on a crown.
SILVERPLATE
c.1885
UNKOWN MAKER possibly Canadian
$55.00

23058

COFFEE BIGGIN, 8 inches high. Georgian. Footed body with reeded lower section and gadrooned band. Hinged lid with reeded design,repeated on the finial. Wood handle. Some loss to plating on the reeded section.

Star mark struck twice.

OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE
c.1790

MATTHEW BOLTON

Birmingham

$950.00

 

22852

PAP BOAT, 5-1/4"long. Georgian silver, George III. Gadroon rim. Troy weight 1 oz 13 dwt.
Rare to find as many of these pap boats were converted to ladles or small sauce boats. Marked on back.

  Of interest to collectors of Women Silversmiths.

Some bruising to bowl

STERLING
1813
Elizabeth Morley, LONDON
$515.00

25155

PICKLE FORK, length 8-1/2 inches.

"ONSLOW" pattern. Fully marked.

STERLING
1900

MAPPIN & WEBB

SHEFFIELD

$110.00

26072

NAPKIN RING, 3/4" high ,1-3/4" wide. Art Deco design of hexagonal form , engine turned checkerboard pattern. Weight 36 grams

Monogram R.W.K

Marked Sterling and trademark APEX

 

 
This napkin ring was made in the workshop of the Melbourne firm of G. & E. Rodd in the 1930s. Established by George Rodd in 1919, G. & E. Rodd made such popular items as watch alberts, bracelets, rings, cuff links, tie pins, brooches, lockets, crosses and from the early 1930s also presentation medals and enameled badges. Their flatware included sets of tea and coffee spoons, souvenir and trophy spoons. By the late 1930s, G. & E. Rodd was the leading firm of manufacturing jewelers in Australia.
STERLING
c. 1930

G. & E. Rodd

Melbourne, Australia

$145.00
26073

NAPKIN RING, 3/4" high , 1-1/2 inches square, Art Deco design with canted corners, engine turned vertical lines. Weight 28 grams.

Monogram P.P.B. Inscribed date 8.1.37

Marked Sterling and trademark APEX

 
This napkin ring was made in the workshop of the Melbourne firm of G. & E. Rodd in the 1930s. Established by George Rodd in 1919, G. & E. Rodd made such popular items as watch alberts, bracelets, rings, cuff links, tie pins, brooches, lockets, crosses and from the early 1930s also presentation medals and enameled badges. Their flatware included sets of tea and coffee spoons, souvenir and trophy spoons. By the late 1930s, G. & E. Rodd was the leading firm of manufacturing jewelers in Australia.
STERLING
1937

G. & E. Rodd

Melbourne, Australia

$145.00

23136 SOLD

SUGAR TONGS; length 5-3/4 inches.
George III. Old English pattern with a bright-cut engraved design. Monogram "R".
STERLING
 1805
Peter & William Bateman LONDON
SOLD

 

 

22416 SOLD

SPOON WARMER, height 5-3/4 inches. Formed as a Nautilus shell resting on rocky ground.

Some minor losses to silver plate and surface scratches.

SILVERPLATE
c.1875

ATKIN BROS

SHEFFIELD

SOLD

 

26211SOLD

GEORGE II BASTING SPOON, 13-1/2 INCHES long, Hanoverian pattern, remodeled later after 1750 to the then fashionable Old English style.

Weight 5oz 9dwt Troy (170 grams) Fully marked with four punches.

Monogram "WAB"

STERLING
1746

ELIAS CATHCART

LONDON

SOLD
26475 SOLD

CHAMBER CANDLESTICK with snuffer, 3-3/4" high, 7"wide. Classic design with beaded edge and detachable candle holder. Unmarked.

Small hole near rim repaired.

Sheffield Plate
c.1810
Sheffield
SOLD
   

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