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A very good hook-end stuffing spoon with bright-cut decoration, Cork circa 1790 by Carden Terry initialled [GJ].
Price: £1,800.00
3574
A large Hanoverian basting spoon with double knop by William Soame, London 1733 crested with 2 flags out of a coronet for CALVERT.
Price: £1,250.00
2794
A Hanoverian pattern basting spoon by Benjamin Cartwright, London 1739 initialled E*W.
Price: £975.00
2513
An Old English serving fork, by John Hampston and John Prince York 1795, crested with a snake grasping a laurel wreath.
Price: £925.00
5734
A pair of fiddle, thread and shell pattern stuffing spoons of very heavy gauge, by William Chawner London 1821, crested for McCullough.
Price:
5315
An Old English pattern divided spoon with pierced grille, by Richard Crossley London 1791, crested for the Royal Berkshire [Militia] .
Price: £485.00
6097
A pair of Old English stuffing spoons by Richard Crossley, London 1796 crested with a demi-stag rearing.
Price: £480.00
1728
An Onslow pattern stuffing spoon with slip joint, by Stephen Adams London 1773, initialled {B}.
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5578
A fiddle pattern stuffing spoon, Malta 1833 by an unrecorded maker.
Price: £295.00                                                                                                             
4858
A fiddle pattern stuffing spoon with diecast crest featuring the initials GH within a Garter star, by William Eley London 1827, initialled {G}.
Price: £295.00
4824
A pair of serving spoons, the handles with stylised chinoiserie motifs by T. Wilkinson, Birmingham 1884.
Price: £295.00
2574
A bright-cut stuffing spoon, by Charles Hougham, London 1789, initialled {H}.
Price: £275.00
4270
A fiddle pattern basting spoon, Exeter 1837 by W. R. Sobey, initialled {EIT}.
Price: £225.00
3726
An Old English stuffing spoon with double drop , made in London in 1771, probably by Thomas Devonshire , crested with a bird .
Price: £195.00
5983