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A threaded Hanoverian gold snuffspoon, possibly Continental circa 1760 unmarked.
Price: £395.00
4837
A set of six fiddle pattern egg or mustard spoons, by James Le Bas Dublin 1842, engraved with a beehive beneath SAVINGS BANK.
Price: £360.00
                                                                      The emblem of the School Street Savings Bank located in Dublin and founded in 1818 is 'a beehive beneath SAVINGS BANK'
4448
Antique silver saltspoons 6 brightcut Old English saltspoons by George Adams, London 1876 crested with a demi-wolf rampant.
Price: £195.00
1551

A pair of fiddle, thread and shell saltspoons, by William Eley and William Fearn London 1804. The reverse of the bowls is engraved 45 Coleman Street and the fronts of the stems are initialled {JSC}
Price: £110.00
                                                                                                           Evidence from a range of sources shows that Joseph Crow and his wife Sarah (c.1801-1847 and c.1801-1850 respectively) ran a chophouse and restaurant at 45 Coleman Street, London (paying a rent of £100 per year) from 1834-1845. They then moved to number 53 Coleman Street. The restaurant closed in 1850.

5607

A saltspoon with the finial modelled as the Duke of Welllington, by W. R. Smily London 1846.
Price: £110.00
                                                                 1846 saw the retirement from politics of the 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852) the hero of Waterloo. Wellington had served in many political offices after 1815, including two periods as Prime Minister. He remained Commander-in-Chief of the British Army until his death.

5412
A pair of Old English salt shovels, London 1784 (pre-duty) bearing the maker's mark of Stephen Adams (one additionally struck with the mark of Thomas Northcote), initialled {RSH}.
Price: £110.00 
                          The appearance of Northcote's mark on one of these spoons, and its smaller size, suggest that he was supplying Stephen Adams
4119
A saltspoon with whiplash stem and shell bowl, unmarked circa 1760.
Price: £85.00
                                                               
5426
A Hanoverian salt shovel, by ?.B Dublin circa 1750, crested with a horse's head.
Price: £85.00
5139z
A long-handled snuffspoon with short rattail and canted finial apparently unmarked, possibly Continental circa 1720.
Price:
1994
A pair of Hanoverian salt shovels with shell bowls, London circa 1760 by Samuel Key.
Price: £85.00
3847
An Old English condiment ladle London, circa 1770 by John Lambe of an unusual size.
Price: £85.00
3061
An Old English mustard spoon with shoulders and a beaded border , by William Ward Dublin circa 1800.
Price: £80.00
5135z
A pair of Old English salt spoons, by James Barber and William Whitwell, York 1830, initialled {JAD}.
Price: £80.00
5091z
A pair of bright cut saltspoons with fluted bowls, by SW of London (unascribed) circa 1770, initialled {SWK}.
Price: £75.00
5573
A Hanoverian saltspoon with cast front and shaped shell bowl, unmarked circa 1760.
Price: £75.00
4016
A pair of Irish whiplash saltspoons, Dublin 1863 by John Smyth.
Price: £75.00
3378
A pair of fiddle pattern salt shovels, Dublin 1843, crested with a wyvern holding a branch all out of a coronet.
Price: £75.00
4449
A shell-back snuffspoon, by Samuel Key London circa 1750 (maker's mark only).
Price: £75.00
4483
A King's pattern salt ladle with a long handle including slip-joint, by John Hamilton and Sons Edinburgh 1856, initialled {F}.
Price: £65.00
4811
A fiddle pattern mustard spoon, Dublin circa 1800 retailed by Law, crested with an antelope’s head pierced with an arrow (for FOWLE).
Price: £65.00
3324z
A pair of Old English saltspoons with shovel-shaped bowls, by George Smith and William Fearn London 1791.
Price: £65.00
                                                                                                            2 pairs available
5031
A fiddle pattern salt ladle, by William Chawner London 1828, initialled {AM}.
Price: £60.00
5381
A matching pair of Old English saltspoons, by Richard Crossley London 1784 and 1801, both crested with a unicorn's head.
Price: £60.00
4951
A pair of Queen's pattern saltspoons with anthemion heel, by J. and A. Savory London ─ one made in 1852, the other in 1854, both crested with a stag.
Price: £58.00
5537
A pair of Queen's pattern saltspoons with anthemion heel, by J. and A. Savory London 1854, crested with a stag.
Price: £58.00
5536

An Old English pattern salt ladle, by George Smith London 1804.
Price: £58.00
                                                                                                             The combination of hallmarks on this ladle shows that it was assayed between 11th October 1804 and 28th May 1805.

5389
A Hanoverian saltspoon with fluted bowl and shell back, London circa 1750 possibly by James Jones I.
Price: £58.00
4284
A Celtic point saltspoon with wrigglework border, by Benjamin Tait Dublin circa 1790, initialled {AI}.
Price: £58.00
5134z
A fiddle, thread and husk pattern mustard spoon, by T. C. Shaw London 1830, initialled {JMD}.
Price: £58.00
4868
A Hanoverian salt shovel, by Richard Hawkins London circa 1750, initialled {I B M}.
Price: £55.00
5116
A pair of 'Mongolian mask' terminal saltspoons by JG & Sons, Birmingham 1875.
Price: £55.00
9504
3 fiddle pattern saltspoons by Hayne and Cater, London 1857.
Price: £52.00
4978
A Hanoverian salt shovel, by Richard Hawkins (possibly) London circa 1760 , initialled {E} over {ES}..
Price: £50.00
4954
A fiddle, thread and drop pattern saltspoon, by George Smith and William Fearn London 1794, crested for Heathcote.
Price: £48.00
5443
A rattail mustard spoon, by Francis Higgins London 1880.
Price: £48.00
4818
An Old English saltspoon, by Hester Bateman London 1789, also initialled {D}.
Price: £48.00
4763
A fiddle pattern salt spoon Edinburgh, 1854 by J? & S overstruck by WM with an anchor beneath.
Price: £48.00
3114
A pair of Old English saltspoons, by the Williams brothers Exeter 1874, crested with an arm holding a lure.
Price: £48.00
4899
An Hourglass pattern mustard spoon, by Robert Peppin London 1820, crested with a griffin and initialled GBB (for a member of the Barrett family).
Price: £45.00         
                                                                                                                    
2 spoons available
5602
A Hanoverian salt shovel, by W.P. London 1739-1755 (probably William Penstone), crested with a griffin's head..
Price: £45.00
4953
A silver-gilt fiddle pattern mustard spoon, by John Sheils Dublin circa 1800, initialled {EB}.
Price: £45.00
4896
A saltspoon with feather-edged stem and bowl, by WC (probably William Chawner) London circa 1770, initialled {I S}.
Price: £45.00
4645
An Old English saltspoon, by Mary and Eliza Sumner London 1811, initialled {JTB}.
Price: £45.00
4497
An Old English saltspoon with shell bowl, by Mercy Ashworth of Durham (active 1785-1801), maker's mark only.
Price: £42.00
4340
A fiddle, thread and shell saltspoon, by William Eaton London 1829, engraved with an armorial (ermine, a lion rampant) impaling the arms of FELL.
Price: £40.00
4908
A Hanoverian salt shovel with shaped bowl, by ?W circa 1750, initialled {L}.
Price: £40.00
4887
A fiddle pattern Cayenne ladle, by the Barnard Brothers London 1887.
Price:
5650
An Onslow saltspoon, by Robert Peppin London 1828.
Price: £38.00
4749
A pair of fiddle pattern saltspoons, Exeter 1868 by J and J Williams, initialled {IW}.
Price: £36.00
3769
An Old English, shell-bowled saltspoon by George Smith II, London circa 1775.
Price: £38.00
2290a
A bright-cut saltspoon, London 1796 by probably by Godbehere and Wigan, initialled {CJM}.
Price: £38.00
4255
An Old English mustard spoon with reversed bowl, by Eley, Fearn and Chawner London 1813.
Price: £35.00
4761
A salt spoon with baluster finial London, 1870 by Robert Hennell.
Price: £35.00
2951
A pair of beaded saltspoons London 1874 by Robert Hughes.
Price: £32.00
1609
A fiddle pattern mustard spoon, by Richard Gainsford Sheffield 1823, initialled {C}.
Price: £30.00
                                                                                                                                        (2 spoons available)
4638
A Hanoverian salt shovel, London circa 1750.
Price: £30.00
4153
A Hanoverian salt shovel, London circa 1750.
Price: £30.00
4154
A ?Continental saltspoon with rilled stem, pear-shaped finial and turned up bowl, makers mark illegible.
Price: £28.00
8325
A Hanoverian salt shovel, London 1801 by Solomon Hougham.
Price: £28.00
5061
A fiddle pattern condiment spoon, by James A. Page (of Plymouth) Exeter 1840, crested with a bull's head out of a mural coronet.
Price: £25.00
                                                                                                                                        (3 spoons available)
4771
A fiddle pattern condiment spoon, by James A. Page (of Plymouth) Exeter 1839, crested with a bull's head out of a mural coronet.
Price: £25.00
4770
A Hanoverian salt shovel, London circa 1760.
Price: £25.00
4155
A Queens pattern saltspoon London 1828 without a maker's mark initialled with a monogram.
Price: £25.00
1858
A King's pattern saltspoon London 1873 probably by George Adams.
Price: £22.00
1859
A beaded and engraved saltspoon, Sheffield 1879 by Martin, Hall and Company.
Price: £19.00
3291
A fiddle pattern salt spoon, by Robert Williams (of Bristol), Exeter 1842, initialled {JS}.
Price: £15.00
4535