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A threaded Hanoverian gold snuffspoon, possibly Continental circa 1760 unmarked.
Price: £395.00
4837
6 Condiment spoons 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
Salt ladle with dolphin and trident finial 1839 Theobalds Atkinson

A salt ladle with the terminal modelled as a a trident with two fish between its tines, by William Theobalds and Robert Atkinson London 1839 (this partnership was only active 24.6.1838-31.12.1840)
Price: £225.00
                                                                                                   A set of saltspoons made in 1820 with precisely this terminal have been noted, made by Paul Storr .    John Culme notes that the mark of Theobalds and Atkinson was found on the knife blade and fork tines of a Royal silver-gilt christening set containing a knife, fork and spoon and made in 1839 (sold by Sotheby's in 1974). The knife handle and spoon were marked by Paul Storr and the rest by John Samuel Hunt for Hunt and Roskell (formerly Storr and Mortimer).
                                                                                                  Paul Storr retired in 1838, so judging by the combination of makers of the christening set, Theobalds and Atkinson were closely associated with Paul Storr and may have received the dies for this form of salt ladle from him when he retired.


6808
Pair Condiment spoons A pair of rococo saltspoons, unmarked circa 1740, crested with a wing above a cap-of-maintenance.
Price: £185.00
5958
Whip end saltspoons Birmingham 1850 David Pettifer unusual hallmarks A pair of whip-end saltspoons with twisted stems unusually hallmarked, by David Pettifer Birmingham 1850 (one struck with two date letters and one with two townmarks).
Price: £145.00
6715
Pair Condiment spoons

A pair of Onslow pattern variant saltspoons, by Robert Frederick Fox London 1921 .
Price: £145.00
                                                                                                    Robert Frederick Fox inherited the family firm in 1910 and ran it until it closed in 1921. It was founded by his great-grandfather Charles Fox in 1801.

6610
saltspoon York circa 1770 Hampston and Prince

A George III wrigglework saltspoon, marked HP for Hampston and Prince of York circa 1775 (presumably prior to the opening of the assay office at York in 1776) .
Price: £110.00
                                                                                                   Hampston and Prince took over the business of Ambrose Beckwith (d. 1770), for whom both had worked, in 1770 and were the leading Goldsmiths in York when the assay office was reopened in 1776.

6807
Pair Condiment spoons A pair of feather-edge saltspoons with fluted bowls, by Hester Bateman London circa 1780 .
Price: £110.00
6241
Condiment spoon

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
Pair Condiment shovels 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
Condiment spoon

An Old English mustardspoon, by George Lowe Chester 1808 .
Price: £95.00

6717
Pair Condiment spoons A pair of Hanoverian saltshovels, by Nicholas Hearnden London circa 1760, initialled {EJ} .
Price: £95.00
6590
Condiment spoon A Devonshire pattern saltspoon, by Khechong of Canton circa 1830, initialled {D} .
Price: £95.00
5833
Pair Condiment spoons A pair of feather-edge and cartouche (Carrington Shield) saltspoons with shell bowls, by George Smith of London circa 1780 .
Price: £85.00
6078
Condiment spoon A Hanoverian salt shovel, by ?.B Dublin circa 1750, crested with a horse's head.
Price: £85.00
5139z
Condiment ladle An Old English condiment ladle London, circa 1770 by John Lambe of an unusual size.
Price: £85.00
3061
naturalistic saltspoon 1858 John Figg A Victorian naturalistic saltspoon, by John Figg London 1858 .
Price: £80.00
6752
Pair Condiment spoons A pair of hourglass saltspoons, by William Eaton London 1833 .
Price: £80.00
5758
Condiment spoon An Old English mustard spoon with shoulders and a beaded border , by William Ward Dublin circa 1800.
Price: £80.00
5135z
Pair York Condiment spoons A pair of Old English salt spoons, by James Barber and William Whitwell, York 1830, initialled {JAD}.
Price: £80.00
5091z
Condiment ladle A bright-cut condiment ladle, by Francis Parsons Exeter circa 1800, initialled {RJP} .
Price: £75.00
6105
Condiment spoon An Onslow pattern saltspoon, circa 1770, probably by Samuel Key of London .
Price: £75.00
6083
Condiment spoon An Old English pattern condiment ladle, by George Smith London 1790, initialled {WAJ} .
Price: £75.00
5852
Pair Condiment spoons A pair of bright cut saltspoons with fluted bowls, by SW of London (unascribed) circa 1770, initialled {SWK}.
Price: £75.00
5573
Condiment spoon

A Hanoverian salt shovel, by John Stalker and John Mitchison of Newcastle 1778-1782, initialled {S [over] TA}.
Price: £75.00
                                                                                                        The makers' mark on this salt shovel is not recorded in the records of Newcastle assay office but follows known practice at the assay office and has been found in conjunction with the registered mark of this partnership (for further details see an article in the Finial 18-01 of September/October 2007).

5865
Condiment spoon A Hanoverian saltspoon with cast front and shaped shell bowl, unmarked circa 1760.
Price: £75.00
4016
Pair Condiment shovels 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
Condiment spoon An unusually long (16.7cm) fiddle pattern mustard spoon (without shoulders), by James McKay Edinburgh 1808, initialled {S} .
Price: £70.00
                                                                                                     2 available
6665
Condiment ladle 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
Condiment spoon 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
Pair Condiment spoons 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
Condiment ladle A fiddle pattern salt ladle, by William Chawner London 1828, initialled {AM}.
Price: £60.00
5381
Pair Condiment spoons 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
long condiment cayenne pepper spoon London 1815 Richard Turner

An unusually long George III Old English mustard or cayenne ladle, by Richard Turner London 1815, crested with a hawk between 2 antlers .
Price: £58.00
                                                                                                   The combination of the duty mark and date letter on this spoon show that it was assayed between 30th May and 13th June 1815. This is the shortest length of time such a combination was used in English hallmarking.

6847
Old English Thread and Shell condiment ladle Francis Higgins London 1868 An Old English thread and shell condiment ladle with small bowl, by Francis Higgins London 1868 .
Price: £58.00
6718
Kings pattern salt ladle George Adams London 1844 A King's pattern salt ladle, by George Adams London 1844, crested out of a ducal coronet a boar's head pierced by an arrow .
Price: £58.00
6694
Pair salt spoons 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
Condiment spoon An Onslow variant saltspoon, by Francis Higgins London 1855 .
Price: £58.00
6315
Condiment spoon A Hanoverian saltspoon with fluted bowl and shell back, London circa 1750 possibly by James Jones I.
Price: £58.00
4284
Condiment spoon A Celtic point saltspoon with wrigglework border, by Benjamin Tait Dublin circa 1790, initialled {AI}.
Price: £58.00
5134z
Condiment spoon A fiddle, thread and husk pattern mustard spoon, by T. C. Shaw London 1830, initialled {JMD}.
Price: £58.00
4868
Condiment shovel A Hanoverian salt shovel, by Thomas and William Chawner London circa 1770, initialled {MB}.
Price: £55.00
6262
Condiment spoon A Hanoverian salt shovel, by Richard Hawkins London circa 1750, initialled {I B M}.
Price: £55.00
5116
Pair Condiment spoons A pair of 'Mongolian mask' terminal saltspoons by JG & Sons, Birmingham 1875.
Price: £55.00
9504
Condiment spoon A Hanoverian salt shovel, by Richard Hawkins (possibly) London circa 1760 , initialled {E} over {ES}..
Price: £50.00
4954
Condiment ladle A fiddle, thread and shell condiment ladle, by George Adams London 1849, crested with a demi-lion rampant crowned holding a sprig.
Price: £48.00
5836
Condiment spoon A fiddle, thread and drop pattern saltspoon, by George Smith and William Fearn London 1794, crested for Heathcote.
Price: £48.00
5443
Condiment spoon A rattail mustard spoon, by Francis Higgins London 1880.
Price: £48.00
4818
Hanoverian mustard spoon London 1739-1755 A George II Hanoverian mustardspoon, London 1739-1755 .
Price: £45.00
6834
Condiment spoon 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
Condiment spoon A Hanoverian salt shovel, by W.P. London 1739-1755 (probably William Penstone), crested with a griffin's head..
Price: £45.00
4953
Condiment spoon A silver-gilt fiddle pattern mustard spoon, by John Sheils Dublin circa 1800, initialled {EB}.
Price: £45.00
4896
Condiment spoon A saltspoon with feather-edged stem and bowl, by WC (probably William Chawner) London circa 1770, initialled {I S}.
Price: £45.00
4645
Condiment spoon An Old English saltspoon, by Mary and Eliza Sumner London 1811, initialled {JTB}.
Price: £45.00
4497
Condiment ladle An Old English pattern salt ladle, by William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner, initialled {Y} .
Price: £42.00
6617
Condiment spoon A Scottish fiddle pattern saltspoon, unmarked circa 1780, initialled {B} .
Price: £42.00
6445
Condiment spoon A fiddle pattern mustardspoon, by Barber, Cattle and North, York 1825, initialled {A} .
Price: £42.00
5877
Condiment spoon An Onslow pattern saltspoon, by George Adams London 1872 .
Price: £42.00
5966
Condiment spoon An Old English saltspoon with shell bowl, by Mercy Ashworth of Durham (active 1785-1801), maker's mark only.
Price:SOLD
4340
Condiment shovel A fiddle pattern salt shovel, by Paolo Pace, Malta 1867 .
Price:SOLD
6709
Condiment spoon 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
Condiment spoon A Hanoverian salt shovel with shaped bowl, by ?W circa 1750, initialled {L}.
Price: £40.00
4887
Condiment spoon An Old English mustard or cayenne spoon, by John Blake London 1801, crested with a stag between two branches.
Price: £39.00
6147
Condiment ladle An Old English salt ladle, by George Smith London 1811 .
Price: £38.00
6535
Condiment spoon An Old English mustard spoon, by John Betteridge Birmingham 1817 .
Price: £38.00
6226
Condiment spoon A beaded saltspoon with shell bowl, by George Smith London 1785, crested with an arm in armour holding a baton.
Price: £38.00
6144
Condiment spoon An Onslow saltspoon, by Robert Peppin London 1828.
Price: £38.00
4749
Condiment spoon An Old English, shell-bowled saltspoon by George Smith II, London circa 1775.
Price: £38.00
2290a
Salt spoon A bright-cut saltspoon, London 1796 by probably by Godbehere and Wigan, initialled {CJM}.
Price: £38.00
4255
Condiment spoon An Old English mustard spoon with reversed bowl, by Eley, Fearn and Chawner London 1813.
Price: £35.00
4761
Condiment spoon 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
Condiment spoon A fiddle pattern mustard spoon, by Richard Gainsford Sheffield 1823, initialled {C}.
Price: £30.00
                                                                                                                                        (2 spoons available)
4638
Old English pattern mustardspoon Birmingham 1829 Francis Clarke A George IV Old English pattern mustard spoon, by Francis Clarke Birmingham 1829 .
Price: £28.00
6823
A ?Continental saltspoon with rilled stem, pear-shaped finial and turned up bowl, makers mark illegible.
Price: £28.00
8325
Condiment shovel A Hanoverian salt shovel, London 1801 by Solomon Hougham.
Price: £28.00
5061
Condiment spoon A Queen's pattern saltspoon, by George Maudsley Jackson London 1886, initialled {L} .
Price: £25.00
6067
Condiment spoon A Hanoverian salt shovel, London circa 1760.
Price: £25.00
4155
Condiment spoon A Queens pattern saltspoon London 1828 without a maker's mark initialled with a monogram.
Price: £25.00
1858
Condiment spoon A King's pattern saltspoon London 1873 probably by George Adams.
Price: £22.00
1859
Condiment spoon A fiddle pattern saltspoon, by William Eaton London 1830, crested with an eagle .
Price: £20.00
6066
Condiment spoon A beaded and engraved saltspoon, Sheffield 1879 by Martin, Hall and Company.
Price: £19.00
3291
Condiment spoon A fiddle pattern saltspoon, by Mary Chawner London 1834, crested for Fowke .
Price: £18.00
6171
Condiment spoon A fiddle pattern saltspoon, by Paolo Pace, Malta 1868 .
Price: £17.50                                                                                                                               2 spoons available
6704
Mustard spoon A fiddle pattern salt spoon, by Robert Williams (of Bristol), Exeter 1842, initialled {JS}.
Price: £15.00
4535