Teaspoons, mashing/masking spoons, eggspoons and individual ice-cream spoons

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6 Louis XV pattern teaspoons, London 1860 by John Samuel Hunt crested with a bull's head out of a coronet.
Price: £250.00

 

3454
Six parcel-gilt teaspoons engraved after the German manner, by George Adams London 1871 and struck with a second maker's mark in the decoration.
Price: £195.00
                                                        See Catalogue of Mrs S. P. Avery's collection of spoons presented to Metropolitan Museum New York (1914) Fig 62
4568
6 shell-back Hanoverian teaspoons, London circa 1750 by WC (probably William Cripps), initialled [A]. One spoon, otherwise identical to the 5 others in the set, has a different, larger shell.
Price: £195.00
3653
A very good 'Newcastle double duty' bright-cut teaspoon, Newcastle 1797 by John Langlands, initialled {R [over] IM}.
Price: £185.00
3531
A Hanoverian squirrel-back teaspoon by W.F, London circa 1760 initialled I*P.
Price: £185.00
2516
Six single-struck fiddle, thread and shell teaspoons, London 1808 by Crossley and Smith.
Price: £180.00
4137
10 gilt coffee spoons, engraved and beaded 5 by Aldwinkle & Slater, London 1888, 5 by Slater, Holland & Slater London 1900 all initialled TZ in a monogram.
Price: £175.00
1975
A set of six brightcut teaspoons, London 1795 by Solomon Hougham, initialled {IW}.
Price: £165.00
3768
SN 6214 An Old English mashing spoon by James Erskine of Aberdeen circa 1800 initialled LMcK.
Price: £165.00
6214
SN 8158 5 Hanoverian teaspoons with cast floral backs to bowls by John Lampfert, London circa 1750.
Price: £165.00
8158
Six brightcut teaspoons, Exeter circa 1790 by Joseph Hicks initialled JML.
Price: £155.00
2856
SN 6742 6 brightcut teaspoons by Thomas Evans and Jacob Levi, London 1783 initialled EN.
Price: £155.00
6742
A set of six bright-cut teaspoons, by Richard Crossley London 1801 initialled {H} on the front and {ED} on the back.
Price: £145.00
4573
Six bright-cut teaspoons, London 1804 by Peter, Anne and William Bateman overstruck by George Gray.
Price: £145.00
3856
An Old English masking spoon by John Ewen, Aberdeen circa 1810 initialled AT.
Price: £140.00
1430
6 Old English teaspoons London 1792 by Samuel Davenport initialled EH (crudely).
Price: £120.00
1020
An acorn-bowled teaspoon with cast decoration to front of stem and reverse of the bowl, London circa 1740.
Price: £110.00
4032
A fiddle pattern teaspoon, by Paul Storr London 1813, initialled {L}.
Price: £110.00                                                        (3 spoons available)
4509
A Old English pattern teaspoon, Banff circa 1800 by David Izatt initialled {JJC}.
Price: £110.00
3315z
A sprig-of-flowers back teaspoon, London circa 1760, by Robert Sallam initialled AEF.
Price: £105.00
3063a
An Old English teaspoon with cast front depicting a human head and symbols of Plenty, London 1797 by John Lambe (d. 1796).
Price: £95.00                                                                                             (Formerly part of lot 99 in the Gubbins sale [Bonhams, July 2002])
4216b
A rattail teaspoon initialled S over RA by S?, coronet above, London circa 1725 .
Price: £95.00
2310
A teaspoon with 'Falstaff' front, London circa 1765 by ID in script (possibly attributable to Israel Devonshire), crested with a demi-horse rampant.
Price: £85.00
4595

A pair of Old English teaspoons with bright-cut cartouches and initials - one York 1798 by Hampston and Prince; the other London 1797 by Eley and Fearn. Price: £80.00
                                             The bright-cutting on both these spoons is similar to that on a pair of sugar tongs assayed in York between 1801-1804 (see Michael Baggott's 'Illustrated Guide to York Hallmarks 1776-1858' [2010], figure 294) and could thus indicate a link between the silversmiths of London and York

                                                                                          (2 pairs of spoons available)

4548
A pair of brightcut teaspoons by ?John Sheils? Dublin 1787 - 1793 initialled E over PL.
Price: £80.00
2671a
A Scottish fiddle teaspoon by John Welsh of Edinburgh (maker's mark only) initialled KB and numbered 3.
Price: £75.00
3016
A feather-edge and cartouche teaspoon with shoulders, by William Turton, London circa 1775, initialled {EW}.
Price: £75.00                                                           (2 spoons available)
4557
A shell-and-garland back Hanoverian teaspoon, by Thomas Woodhouse, London circa 1770.
Price:
4292
A pair of fiddle pattern teaspoons with rat-tail Dublin, 1829, by Samuel Neville initialled W.
Price: £72.00                                                                                             (see 2864b below)
2864a
A pair of parcel-gilt teaspoons after the German fashion, by George Adams London 1871 and struck with a second maker's mark in the decoration.
Price: £70.00
                                                        See Catalogue of Mrs S. P. Avery's collection of spoons presented to Metropolitan Museum New York (1914) Fig 62
4569
A 'Scottish fiddle' teaspoon, by DW - probably for David Warnock of Glasgow.
Price: £68.00
3990

A fiddle, thread and shell variant teaspoon, circa 1770 (unmarked), crested with a heart-shaped buckle.
Price: £65.00
                                                                                          

4537
An oar pattern teaspoon, by Peter Lambert of Montrose circa 1815 initialled {JSC [over] CR}.
Price: £65.00
4432
Two matching fiddle pattern teaspoons, one London 1833 by John Payne; the other by Anne Payne, London 1835, both similarly initialled {W}.
Price: £65.00
4468
Three Hanoverian teaspoons, London circa 1755 by Richard Hawkins, initialled {HGM}.
Price: £60.00
3718
An Old English teaspoon with shoulders and a spiral stem, unmarked circa 1770, crested with a covered cup.
Price: £58.00
4527
A Scottish fiddle pattern teaspoon, made in Edinburgh circa 1790 by David Elder.
Price: £58.00
4165
A Hanoverian teaspoon with cast front and artichoke back, London circa 1760 initialled {S [over] WEB} beneath an eagle.
Price: £58.00
4078

A fiddle pattern teaspoon by William Welch, Exeter 1825 inscribed 'TEIGNMOUTH ROOMS'
Price: £58.00

                                                           The Teignmouth Rooms were completed in 1826. They later became a cinema and remain a landmark.

2693
A pair of bright-cut teaspoons, London circa 1780 retailed by Thomas Daniell.
Price: £58.00
3421
A pair of bright-cut teaspoons, London circa 1780 retailed by Thomas Daniell.
Price: £58.00
3422
An Old English teaspoon, by John Ollivant (of Manchester) Chester probably 1786, initialled {L}.
Price: £55.00                                                 
4368
A fancy-front and shell-back teaspoon made in London circa 1750 by Ebenezer Coker.
Price: £55.00
4245
A fancy-back teaspoon, by George Smith, London circa 1770, initialled {SAA}.
Price: £55.00
4348
A brightcut teaspoon with a cast fancy back, London 1795 by J. and J. Perkins.
Price: £55.00
3189
SN 7623 A cast front Hanoverian teaspoon decorated with shells and flowers probably by Thomas Jackson I, London 1739-55 crested with a seated greyhound.
Price:
7623
An oar-pattern teaspoon, Perth circa 1810 by William Ritchie.
Price: £53.00
3346
A feather-edged teaspoon, by Edward Sawyer, Birmingham 1776, initialled {MD}.
Price: £52.00
4317
A feather-edged teaspoon, by Edward Sawyer, Birmingham 1776, initialled {MD}.
Price: £52.00
4318
A flower-and-garland back Hanoverian teaspoon, by William Chawner, London circa 1770 initialled {MB}.
Price:
4293
A pair of bright-cut teaspoons made by Peter and Anne Bateman, London 1793 and initialled {WSE} within an engraved cartouche.
Price: £48.00
4138
An Old English salt shovel, by Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan London 1789.
Price: £45.00
4520
A small teaspoon with scroll back, by Hester Bateman circa 1770, initialled SC.
Price
4521
A bright-cut teaspoon, by Hampston and Prince York 1798, initialled {G I L}.
Price: £45.00
4550
A fiddle pattern teaspoon, Chester 1880 by John Lowe (maker's mark a variant on that shown in Priestley and Ridgeway), initialled {AD}.
Price: £45.00
3836
An Old English teaspoon, Aberdeen circa 1800 by Nathaniel Gillett, initialled {JJ over MK}.
Price: £45.00
3317z
A brightcut fiddle pattern teaspoon, London 1791 by William Sumner II.
Price: £45.00
3268
A brightcut fiddle pattern teaspoon, London 1791 by William Sumner II.
Price: £45.00
3270
A fiddle pattern teaspoon, London 1848 by George Jamieson of Aberdeen (with additional ABDn mark).
Price: £45.00
3519
A Scottish fiddle pattern teaspoon by RC (maker's mark only) probably for Robert Clark, Edinburgh circa 1765.
Price: £44.00
2845
A Hanoverian shellback teaspoon made in London between 1750-1755 by Elizabeth Oldfield, initialled {M}.
Price: £42.00                                                                              
4047
A shellback teaspoon by John Montgomery(?), London 1740 or circa initialled IG over MG.
Price: £40.00
6087
A fiddle pattern teaspoon with bright-cut decoration and without shoulders , by William Eley, London 1796, initialled {JMC}.
Price: £39.00
                                                                                       (4 available)
4394
An Old English teaspoon with rococo shell back, London circa 1770 probably by Thomas Woodhouse, initialled {FF}.
Price: £38.00
                                                                       The positioning of the initials on this spoon suggests that it is an early Old English fancy-back teaspoon
4437
A scroll rosette pattern teaspoon, London 1850 by Elizabeth Eaton.
Price: £38.00
3923
An engraved teaspoon with shellback London 1880 by George Adams, initialled {R}.
Price: £38.00
3502
A feather-edge teaspoon, by Elizabeth Tookey London circa 1775, initialled {EH}.
Price: £35.00
4491
A feather-edge teaspoon, struck with maker's mark IS - attributable to James Scott of Dublin circa 1800, initialled CW.
Price: £35.00                                                                              (4 spoons available in total)
4236
A Hanoverian shellback teaspoon maker's mark struck half-off spoon, London 1782.
Price: £35.00
6372
A shellback Hanoverian teaspoon by Thomas Woodhouse, London circa 1760 initialled M+M.
Price:
9524
A Hanoverian teaspoon, London circa 1760 by Benjamin Cartwright, initialled {IR}.
Price: £34.00
3401
A fiddle pattern mustard spoon, by George Maudsley Jackson London 1885, initialled {CAB}.
Price: £29.00
4588
An Old English teaspoon, Edinburgh 1806 by B&F (unidentified), initialled {JMW}.
Price: £28.00
3316z
A shellback Hanoverian teaspoon maker's mark overstruck by sterling lion, scratch initials HW .
Price: £28.00
5119
A fiddle pattern teaspoon by William Hope of Plymouth Dock, Exeter 1823, crested with a demi-leopard out of a coronet.
Price: £28.00                                                                                (3 spoons available in total)
4160
A fiddle pattern teaspoon, London 1852 by Metcalf Hopgood, crested with a demi-lion rampant.
Price: £28.00                                                                               (3 spoons available in total)
                                                                            
3714
A fiddle pattern mustard spoon, by William Traies London 1825, initialled {RSG}.
Price: £27.00
4587
A bright-cut teaspoon, London 1787 by Thomas Wallis (using a mark he went on to register in 1792), initialled {H}.
Price: £26.00                                                                               (5 spoons available in total)
3907
An Old English teaspoon by John Lias London 1815.
Price: £25.00                                                           (5 Spoons Available)
                                                                The hallmarks on this spoon were only in use between 30th May and 13th June 1815 - the shortest time for any combination of marks in the history of English silver.    
4513
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Fiddle pattern teaspoons by J and J Williams, Exeter:
1 dated 1854 without initials;
 A pair 1864 without initials;
4 dated 1847, 1856, 1864, various initials;
Prices: £25.00 per pair, £9.50 singly

1848
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1853
A shellback teaspoon by Benjamin Cartwright, London circa 1760.
Price: £25.00
7267
An Old English teaspoon, London 1802 by Solomon Hougham.
Price: £25.00                                                                                 (3 spoons available in total)
                                                                               
3659
A fiddle pattern teaspoon, London 1882 by George Adams.
Price: £25.00
3773
A fiddle pattern teaspoon by Patrick Leonard, Chester 1842 initialled WEP.
Price: £24.00
1270
An Old English teaspoon, London 1886 by Francis Higgins, crested for Duncombe.
Price: £22.00
3633
A Hanoverian teaspoon by HB, perhaps Henry Bickerton, London circa 1765 initialled AC.
Price: £22.00
1359

An Old English teaspoon with shoulders, London 1806 by Thomas Hayter, initialled {JH}.
Price: £17.50                                                                                 (5 spoons available in total)

 

3414

An Old English teaspoon, by Richard Ferris, Exeter circa 1800, initialled {JAH}.
Price: £17.50                                                            (3 spoons available)

4562
An Old English teaspoon by George Smith, London 1798 initialled MM(?).
Price: £17.50
2419a
An Old English teaspoon by George Smith, London 1798 initialled MM(?).
Price: £17.50
2419b
An Old English teaspoon by George Smith, London 1798 initialled MM(?).
Price: £15.00
2419c
An Old English teaspoon by George Smith, London 1798 initialled MM(?).
Price: £17.50
2419d