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108.George III silver Hourglass pattern sugar tongs, London 1813 by Wm. Eley, Wm. Fern & Wm. Chawner. L-14cm; W-62g. ~ heavy and in good condition. Est. 45-55.45

109.Pair of American silver Fiddle pattern teaspoons, New York c.1846-50 by Julius Hollister, engraved 'Pollie'. L-15.2cm; W-40g. ~ minor knocks to bowls, otherwise good. Est. 18-24.18

110.George IV silver single struck Fiddle & Thread pattern salt spoon, Birmingham 1821 by Joseph Willmore. L-9.8cm; W-10g. ~ in good condition. Est. 22-30.22

111.Pair of Victorian silver & ivory dessert knives with steel blades, Sheffield 1898 by George Howson. L-17.6cm. ~ in good condition, ivory has virtually lost its green staining. Est. 48-58.48

112.Six George II silver picture front, shell back Hanoverian pattern teaspoons, London c.1750, 5 by 'IM'; 1 by 'JM' script. The picture showing a mask, shell, flowers & scrolls. L-11.5cm. ~ a very nice set of teaspoon, in good condition, shell and picture good. Est. 250-275.250

113.Silver and enamel 'Holsworthy' teaspoon, Birmingham 1927 by 'RB' incuse. L-11cm; W-10g. ~ in good condition. Est. 19-22.19

114.Scottish silver single struck Albert pattern toddy ladle, Glasgow 1857 by 'AG'. L-17.5cm; W-44g. ~ in lovely condition. Est. 55-75.55

115.George III silver Old English Thread pattern tablespoon, London 1810 by George Smith & William Fearn. L-22cm; W-79g. ~ lovely spoon and marks. Est. 40-60.40

116.George III silver Fiddle without shoulders/Oar pattern tablespoons, Birmingham 1816 by Edward Thomason. L-21.6cm; W-65g. ~ in good condition. Est. 35-45.35

117.George III silver Fiddle without shoulders/Oar pattern tablespoon, London 1801 by Peter, Ann & William Bateman. L-22.1cm; W-79g. ~ in very good condition. Est. 45-55.45

118.George II silver marrow scoop, London 1754 by John Wigman?. L-21.7cm; W-61g. ~ very thick gauge and superb condition. Est. 130-160.130

119.Scottish silver Old English pattern basting spoon, Glasgow c1777-84 by Taylor & Hamilton. L-32cm; W-104g. ~ in great condition, marks a little worn, but readable. Est. 150-180.150

120.Pair of American silver single struck Kings pattern sauce ladles, New York c.1830 by Edward Rockwell. L-14cm; W-54g. ~ both with a little wear, one with a repaired handle. Est. 150-160.150

121.Indian Colonial silver marrow scoop, Calcutta c.1790 by John Mair. L-21.5cm; W-36g. ~ a rare scoop, with good marks and condition. Est. 250-275.250

122.Indian Colonial silver Fiddle Thread & Shell pattern teaspoon, Calcutta c.1840 by Hamilton & Co. L-14.2cm; W-40g. ~ in very good condition. Est. 18-24.18

123.Britannia standard silver 'Edward VIII' commemorative spoon, London 1936 by Francis Higgins. L-12.5cm; W-19g. ~ in good condition. Est. 25-30.25

124.A PAUL DE LAMERIE, George I Britannia standard silver Rattail Hanoverian pattern tablespoon with armorial, London 1723, engraved with a contemporary coat of arms in a strapwork cartouch. The arms are for 'Plomer'. L-20cm; W-64g. ~ This spoon matches the two previous De Lamerie spoons that that were sold in the April/May 2003 Finial's Postal Auction, lots 88 & 89, interestingly it is not the same vendor. Provenance: Sotheby's 17th October 1995 - The Meech Collection of Silver, Lot 12 (3 Paul De Lamerie tablespoons); Christie's 4th February 1914, part lot 7, property of Captain H.C. Ward (Plomer-Ward Heirlooms). ~ makers mark easy to read, date letter 'H' squashed and worn but readable, the other marks too worn to read, armorial very clear. The spoon is in excellent condition and is lovely, another rare chance to acquire a spoon by the greatest silversmith. Est. 1400-1800.1250

125.George II silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoon, Lon. c.1735 by William Soame, makers mark struck four times (Duty Dodger). L-20cm; W-67g. ~ thick gauge, reasonable cond. Est. 45-55.45

126.Aberdeen silver Old English pattern tablespoon, circa 1775 by Alexander Thompson. L-21.1cm; W-62g. ~ great marks, in good condition. Est. 110-130.110

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