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Eight Old English dessert spoons, by Samuel Eaton London 1762, crested with a pineapple for Perryn/Perrin.
Price: £450.00
                                                            Old English pattern flatware is not normally found before 1770. The earliest reported mention of 'turn-down flatware' is thought to be in the early 1760s.
5468
A set of six Britannia standard feather-edge dessert spoons, by Charles Boyton London 1893, crested with a demi griffin.
Price: £425.00
5281

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

 

3511
An Admiralty pattern dessertspoon with die cast crowned anchor, by Hunt and Roskell London 1865.
Price: £275.00  
                                                                                                                              3 spoons available
5553
Six Old English pattern dessert spoons, by John Shiels Dublin 1802, crested with an elephant's head .
Price: £265.00
6225
6 Old English dessertspoons, London 1825 by Thomas Barker (1 1792 by Smith and Fearn).
Price: £245.00
3729

A Celtic-point dessert spoon with wrigglework border, by Carden Terry of Cork circa 1790, crested for Sweet or Swete.
Price: £225.00
                                                                  Branches of the Swete family held several estates in Counties Cork and Galway in the eighteenth century. However the main branch of the family appears to have been based at Greenville (formerly Kilglass), County Cork.
                                                                                                                                                                                            (6 spoons available)

5406
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
A dessert spoon and fork in an unrecorded pattern with neoclassical inspiration, by George Adams London 1872 and 1874.
Price: £165.00
4813
A pair of Hanoverian dessert spoons made in London in 1747, crested with a demi lion .
Price: £160.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
5870

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

3514
A Hanoverian pattern dessert spoon hallmarked on the front, by Walter Tweedie London 1778, crested with a lion rampant.
Price: £145.00
6143
A rose-pattern dessert spoon, by John Henry and Charles Lias London 1828.
Price: £135.00
5434
A silver-gilt dessertspoon with Falstaff terminal, London circa 1755 probably by William Tant (Grimwade 3905) .
Price: £125.00
6042

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) 

                                                                  The crest on this spoon is that of Brickdale. The die is an unusual one but one piece (part of lot 74 of the Gubbins Collection sold by Bonhams in 2002) was found with script initials JEB for John Brickdale (d. 1765), a clothier and undertaker of Bristol, and his wife Elizabeth. Their son Matthew (1735-1831) is reputed to have inherited £100,000 from his father and served as MP for Bristol from 1768-1774 when he lost the seat, by a small margin, to Edmund Burke who wrote of him '[He] does his duty very reputably and is a diligent and independent Member of Parliament'. He regained the seat in 1780 and held it until 1790 after which he was elected mayor of the city in 1791 but refused the office. He did not stand for Parliament again and is reputed to have ‘spent enormous sums of money in his electoral contests, which left him in reduced circumstances in his old age’. Further details of his parliamentary career are available at www.historyofparliamentonline.org.      

3813z
A 'private die' dessert spoon made for the Royal Horticultural Society of Ireland engraved First White Grapes, by Philip Walsh Dublin 1841, initialled {JMA}.
Price: £120.00
5485

A feather-edge dessertspoon, by John Lambe London 1774 and a matching tablespoon, by Benoni Stephens London 1839 (with workman's mark JW), both crested with a demi knight in armour.
Price: £120.00

6201
A 'private die' dessert spoon for the Royal Horticultural Society of Ireland engraved White Grapes, by Philip Walsh Dublin 1841, initialled {JMA}.
Price: £120.00
5483
A fancy-back Hanoverian dessert spoon, by Ebenezer Coker London 1749, initialled {BIM}.
Price: £120.00
5256

A King's pattern variant dessert spoon with die-cast crest, by Robert Gray Glasgow 1838, the die-cast crest is that of a goat rising out of a helmet.
Price: £115.00

 

5229
A pair of fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by James Barber, George Cattle and William North York 1827, crested with a demi-lion rampant holding a flag, Azure on which a cross Or.
Price: £110.00
5097z
A Hanoverian dessertspoon, London 1731 possibly by Caleb Hill, initialled {EG}.
Price: £110.00
4694

An Old English thread and drop variant dessertspoon, by George Smith London 1778, crested for Brickdale .
Price:
                                                                                                   The crest on this spoon is that of Brickdale. The die is an unusual one but one piece (part of lot 74 of the Gubbins Collection sold by Bonhams in 2002) was found with script initials JEB for John Brickdale (d. 1765), a clothier and undertaker of Bristol, and his wife Elizabeth. Their son Matthew (1735-1831) is reputed to have inherited £100,000 from his father and served as MP for Bristol from 1768-1774 when he lost the seat, by a small margin, to Edmund Burke who wrote of him '[He] does his duty very reputably and is a diligent and independent Member of Parliament'. He regained the seat in 1780 and held it until 1790 after which he was elected mayor of the city in 1791 but refused the office. He did not stand for Parliament again and is reputed to have ‘spent enormous sums of money in his electoral contests, which left him in reduced circumstances in his old age’. Further details of his parliamentary career are available at www.historyofparliamentonline.org.

6670
A Hanoverian dessertspoon, by Edward Bennett London 1747, crested with a male head and shoulders.
Price: £95.00
5395
A 'floral pattern' dessertspoon, London 1860 by George Adams.
Price: £90.00
3256

An Old English dessertspoon, by Christopher Fly Woods and Thomas Filkin of London (active 1770-1775), initialled {S} .
Price: £85.00
                                                                                                          When Judith Callard, widow of spoonmaker Paul Callard, retired from business around 1772, the business begun by her husband was continued by her son-in-law and her husband's former apprentice, Christopher Fly Woods and his business partner Thomas Filkin.

6464
A Hanoverian dessertspoon, by Thomas and William Chawner London 1769 .
Price: £85.00
6400
A dessert spoon of unrecorded pattern, by Mary Chawner London 1837, crested with a shell.
Price: £85.00

(5 available in total)       

5016
A fiddle-thread dessert spoon, by George Smith London 1779, crested with an eagle displayed.
Price: £78.00
4532
An Old English dessertspoon, by Betts and Sons Birmingham 1807 .
Price: £75.00
6399
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

An Old English dessertspoon, by John Lambe 1779, engraved with the arms of Lucy Grey (neé Danvers) .
Price: £65.00
                                                                                                        The arms on these dessertspoons are those of Grey impaling Danvers. In 1748 the Hon. John Grey (c. 1728-1777), younger son of the 3rd Earl of Stamford, married Lucy Danvers, daughter of Sir Joseph Danvers 1st Baronet of Swithland. Hon. John Grey was MP for Bridgnorth (1754-1768) and Tregony (1768-1774) and served as Clerk of the Board of Green Cloth from 1754-1777.
                                                                                                                                         2 spoons available

6324
An engraved child's set comprising a dessert spoon and fork, the spoon engraved with a bird, by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company London 1902 and 1903, initialled {S}.
Price: £65.00
5509
An Old English thread pudding spoon of unusual size , by John Langlands and John Robertson Newcastle circa 1790, initialled {MB}.
Price: £65.00
                                                      
5236
A brightcut dessertspoon, by Charles Hougham London 1790, initialled {JW JB}.
Price: £65.00
4936
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 feather-edge dessertspoon, by William Drummond Edinburgh 1778, initialled {JA} .
Price: £60.00
6310
A half-fiddle (oar) pattern dessertspoon, by George Adams London 1871, initialled {L} .
Price: £58.00
5928
An Old English dessertspoon with wrigglework border, by William Fearn London 1776, crested for Fowke .
Price: £55.00
6159z
An Old English dessertspoon with wrigglework border, by William Sumner and Richard Crossley 1776, crested for Fowke .
Price: £55.00
6157z
A small King's husk dessertspoon, by Francis Higgins London 1842 .
Price: £55.00
6402

A fiddle pattern dessert spoon, by James Barber George Cattle and William North, York 1827, crested with a demi-lion rampant holding a flag, azure, on which a cross Or.
Price: £55.00
                                                                          2 individual spoons available (NOTE: including 5097, there are 4 spoons in total)

5098z

A fiddle pattern dessertspoon by Richard Turner London 1813, crested for Baron Belhaven & Stenton .
Price: £52.00
                                                                                                   William Hamilton of Whishaw (1765-1814) was confirmed as 7th Baron Belhaven and Stenton by the House of Lords in 1799 (his distant cousin, the previous Baron, having died in 1777). The 7th Baron was an officer in the 3rd, or King's Own, Dragoons and Colonel of the Lanarkshire and Dumbarton Fencible cavalry. He married Penelope, daughter of Ronald Macdonald of Clanranald in 1789 and died in 1814.

6614
An engraved fiddle pattern dessert spoon, by James Barber, York 1854, initialled {JGN}.
Price: £50.00
5104z
A fiddle pattern dessertspoon, by Sunshing of Canton circa 1850, initialled {C}.
Price: £52.00
5157
A King's pattern dessert spoon, by George Adams London 1854, initialled {R}.
Price: £48.00
5500
A King's pattern dessert spoon, by George Adams London 1868, initialled {CA}.
Price: £48.00
                                                               2 spoons available
5501
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
An Old English dessertspoon, by William Welch Exeter 1812, crested for Hunter .
Price: £30.00
6298