Dessert spoons, christening spoons and sets

Hanoverian pattern and later

Dessert spoons

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A set of 12 Old English spoons of unusual size, intermediate between tea- and dessertspoon, London 1797 by George Smith, crested with a Highlander holding a spear beneath the motto 'Virtus'.
Price: £575.00
3651
6 beaded dessertspoons and dessert forks - single struck; the spoons London 1788 by Thomas Northcote, the forks 1867 by George Adams similarly crested with a hollybush.
Price: £475.00
1597
Six silver-gilt fiddle thread dessert spoons, 3 are London 1824 by Charles Eley , 3 London 1855 by John Samuel Hunt (overstriking George Adams); all engraved with the crest, coronet and garter motto of the Marquess of Lansdowne.
Price:
4258

A set of six brightcut dessert spoons, London 1782 by Thomas Northcote, crested with an elephant's head.
Price: £345.00

For an extremely similar set dated 1782 by Thomas Northcote, see SN 3396

3309

Five fiddle, thread and shell dessertspoons, London 1885 by Aldwinckle and Slater, crested with a demi griffin.
Price: £340.00

A total of 12 similar spoons are available — see SN3512, 3513, 3514

3511
Dessertspoons 7 fiddle thread dessertspoons in the French manner with arms of SADDLERS Company 4 x 1826 by Charles Eley and 3 1854 by George Adams, the arms bearing 3 saddles for the Saddlers' Company.
Price: £325.00
1448
Six Old English dessert spoons, made in London, 1782 by Richard Crossley and crested with a saltire within a circle.
Price:                                                                                                              These spoons also carry French control marks
4229z
6 Old English dessertspoons, London 1825 by Thomas Barker (1 1792 by Smith and Fearn).
Price: £245.00
3729

Three fiddle, thread and shell dessertspoons, London 1821 by William Eley and William Fearn crested with a demi griffin.
Price: £245.00

A total of 12 similar spoons are available — see SN3511, 3513, 3514

3512
A three-piece christening set with pressed foliate handles, Birmingham 1823 by Joseph Taylor.
Price: £195.00
3724
Scandinavian spoon A Scandinavian spoon with pear shaped bowl, flat stem and engraved flower; unmarked circa 1750, the back of the bowl engraved in the customary manner with initials PRS ABD.
Price: £190.00
1903
A Hanoverian scrollback dessertspoon, London 1772 by WP (perhaps William Portal).
Price: £175.00
4204

Two fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessertspoons, London 1876 by George Adams, crested with a demi griffin.
Price: £155.00

A total of 12 similar spoons are available — see SN3512, 3511, 3514

3513

Two fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessertspoons, London 1894 by Slater, Slater and Holland crested with a demi griffin.
Price: £155.00

A total of 12 similar spoons are available — see SN3512, 3513, 3511

3514
A pair of Old English dessert spoons, London 1770 by Thomas Wallis initialled {TEM}.
Price:
4029
An Old English thread and drop dessert spoon with flute down front of stem, London by George Smith circa 1780, crested with a dolphin naiant out of a coronet as used by the BRICKDALE family.
Price: £125.00                                                                                                                         (2 available in total)
3813z
A dessert fork and spoon in an Onslow variant pattern, London 1848.
Price: £110.00
4504
A Wellington pattern dessertspoon by G. Adams, London 1871 initialled B with a registration mark.
Price:
2821b
A 'floral pattern' dessertspoon, London 1860 by George Adams.
Price: £90.00
3256
A pierced vine pattern dessert spoon, by George Adams London 1849, initialled {GJL}.
Price: £85.00
4322
An American Old English dessert spoon, Philadelphia circa 1790 by Joseph Richardson Junior, crested with a crown surmounted by an eagle.
Price: £85.00
3564
An American Old English dessert spoon, Philadelphia circa 1790 by Joseph Richardson Junior.
Price: £85.00
3565
A Hanoverian dessertspoon, probably by William Tant, London 1765, engraved with complex monogram.
Price: £75.00
4354
A dessertspoon with unusual brightcutting and cartouche made in London in 1784 (pre-duty) by William Chawner. The reverse is initialled {INM}.
Price: £70.00                                                                                      
4090b
A feather-edge dessertspoon, London 1772 by William Fearn, initialled {JAS}.
Price: £65.00                                                                            
3796
An Old English dessertspoon, London 1770, crested with a bird on top of a tower.
Price: £65.00
3407
A fiddle pattern dessert spoon with cast cartouche London, 1847 by John James Whiting initialled WR.
Price: £65.00
2993
A single-struck King's pattern dessert spoon, possibly Canadian, by V B (incuse) with a thistle and an M. It is initialled EBR engraved sideways.
Price: £58.00
3223
A fiddle and thread dessertspoon by William Eaton London 1839, crested with an eagle with pheon in beak.
Price: £48.00
2577b
A feather-edge dessertspoon by Sumner and Crossley, London 1774 initialled W.
Price: £45.00
1913