Salt, mustard, snuff and ginger spoons
and condiment ladles

salt spoons, mustard spoons, cayenne pepper spoons and condiment ladles

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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 Hanoverian snuffspoons with fancy backs, London circa 1770 by R?, initialled {E}.
Price: £145.00
                                                       (2 identical pairs available)

4259
A South African fiddle pattern condiment ladle, Cape of Good Hope circa 1840, by Frederick Waldek.
Price: £135.00
2969
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 pair of small saltspoons with rococo handles, one with shovel bowl, by Robert Hennell, London 1856, crested with a griffin's head.
Price: £95.00
4700
A long-handled snuffspoon with short rattail and canted finial apparently unmarked, possibly Continental circa 1720.
Price: £95.00
1994
A pair of saltspoons with shaped handles, Birmingham 1827 by Joseph Willmore.
Price: £95.00
3285a
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
A pair of Old English saltspoons with wrigglework borders and shell bowls, by Thomas Chawner London circa 1780, crested for Milnes of Beckingham Hall.
Price: £78.00
4673
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
3377
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 Hanoverian saltspoon with shell bowl, by George Aiken of Baltimore (1765-1832) circa 1800, initialled {MGA}.
Price: £75.00
4610
A pair of fiddle, thread and shell saltspoons, one London 1805 by Eley and Fearn; the other London 1817 by William Chawner, each crested for Henry Pomeroy, 2nd Viscount Harberton (1749-1829).
Price: £65.00
3738
A fiddle, thread and shell mustard spoon, Dublin 1834, crested with a bird.
Price: £65.00
3320z
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
2 fiddle pattern saltspoons, London 1852 by George Adams, crested beneath a viscount's coronet, a roaring lion with shield under paw for Viscount Ebrington, eldest son of Earl Fortescue.
Price: £60.00                
                                                                               ( 2 pairs available in total)
3788
A matched pair of fiddle thread saltspoons by Willam Eaton, London: first one double-struck 1828 and the second single-struck 1829. Both crested with a demi-lion rampant.
Price: £58.00
2657
A pair of 'Mongolian mask' terminal saltspoons by JG & Sons, Birmingham 1875.
Price: £55.00
9504
A small Hanoverian condiment spoon, Provincial circa 1750.
Price: £52.00
4632
3 fiddle pattern saltspoons by Hayne and Cater, London 1857.
Price: £52.00
4978
An Old English saltspoon, by Hester Bateman London 1789, also initialled {D}.
Price: £48.00
4763
A saltspoon with negro head terminal and two masks, made in Sheffield 1862 by Martin, Hall and Company..
Price: £48.00
3940
A fiddle pattern salt ladle, London 1807 by William Eley and William Fearn, engraved on both sides with the crest and coronet of the Dukes of Grafton or St. Albans.
Price: £48.00
3748
A fiddle pattern salt spoon Edinburgh, 1854 by J? & S overstruck by WM with an anchor beneath.
Price: £48.00
3114
A fiddle pattern salt spoon, by John Townsend, Cape of Good Hope circa 1830.
Price: £45.00
                                                                                     2 spoons available
4719
A saltspoon with feather-edged stem and bowl, by WC (probably William Chawner) London circa 1770, initialled {I S}.
Price: £45.00
4645

A fiddle pattern mustard spoon, by John, Henry and Charles Lias London 1829, engraved with the crest and coronet of John Toler, 1st Earl of Norbury (1745-1831).
Price: £45.00
                                               The 1st Earl of Norbury was a prominent Irish lawyer and served as Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas from 1800-1827

4631
An Old English saltspoon, by Mary and Eliza Sumner London 1811, initialled {JTB}.
Price: £45.00
4497
A fiddle pattern salt-ladle, London 1809 by Eley, Fearn and Chawner.
Price: £45.00
3829z
An Old English condiment ladle London 1800, by William Edwards initialled S.
Price: £45.00
2914
An Old English saltspoon with shell bowl, by Mercy Ashworth of Durham (active 1785-1801), maker's mark only.
Price: £42.00
4340
A cast rococo saltspoon with shell bowl, Birmingham 1851 by David Pettifer.
Price: £42.00                                                                                                                                                                     (2 available in total)
3912
mustard ladle with tinker's marks A Scottish looking Old English mustard-ladle bearing G + 4 tinker's marks circa 1800.
Price: £42.00
1890
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
A feather-edge saltspoon with shell bowl, London circa 1770 by John Lambe.
Price: £36.00
3995
A salt shovel, circa 1770, probably Friedrich Wissing of Odense, Denmark.
Price: £35.00
3827z
A beaded saltspoon, London circa 1770 by Robert Hennell, initialled {RM}.
Price: £35.00
3302
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 fiddle-thread salt shovel, London 1801 by Eley and Fearn, crested with an eagle rising out of a coronet above {D}.
Price: £35.00
4256
A salt spoon with baluster finial London, 1870 by Robert Hennell.
Price: £35.00
2951
A saltspoon with 'turned sealtop finial', by George Adams London 1859.
Price: £35.00
4642
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 similar 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 fiddle-pattern mustardspoon, by JN + pseudo marks circa 1850 (unrecorded Canadian?).
Price: £30.00
3826z
A ?Continental saltspoon with rilled stem, pear-shaped finial and turned up bowl, makers mark illegible.
Price: £28.00
8325
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 fiddle-pattern saltspoon, Halifax (Nova Scotia) circa 1830 by William Veith, initialled {CMR}.
Price: £25.00
3828z
An Old English saltspoon, by George Turner Exeter 1832, crested with an insect sitting on a column.
Price: £22 .00
4788
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