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6 Teaspoons A set of six cast rococo teaspoons, London circa 1760 by WB (presumably in the Lost Register of smallworkers 1739-1758).
Price: £650.00
4838
6 George III Old Emglish teaspoons wih#th cast rococo decoration to the front and back of the stem London circa 1765 A set of six George III Old English teaspoons with cast rococo decoration to the back and front of the stem with a fancy back, by WT in script (probably William Tant) London c. 1765, crested for Reid with a Gothic letter G beneath. .
Price: £625.00
7091z
6 Falstaff front teaspoons London circa 1750 by Elias Cachart A set of six George II teaspoons with Falstaff fronts and fancy backs, by Ebenezer Coker London circa 1750 .
Price: £625.00
7089z
Six George III Feather edge and cartouche (Carrington Shield) pattern teaspoons London circa 1770 Charles Hougham A set of six George III feather-edge and cartouche (Carrington Shield) pattern teaspoons, by Charles Hougham London circa 1770 , initialled {JAT}.
Price: £550.00
7092z
2 Teaspoons

A pair of silver-gilt fiddle thread teaspoons with unusual thread heel, by Paul Storr London 1816, crested for George, Viscount Deerhurst (future 8th Earl of Coventry),
Price:SOLD

 George William Coventry (1784-1843) was, as eldest son and heir to the 7th Earl of Coventry, styled Viscount Deerhurst from 1809 until he acceded to the Earldom in 1831. He married Lady Emma Susan Lygon, daughter of the 1st Earl Beauchamp, in 1808 and, following her death Lady Mary Beauclerk, daughter of the 6th Duke of St. Albans, who had a dowry of £100,000. However he is often better known for his pursuit of the 13-year-old Sophia Dubouchet (the future Lady Berwick). Sophia's sister, the more famous courtesan, Harriette Wilson, reveals much about this in her memoirs including the fact that Deerhurst was 'a most profligate nobleman... [who] was unusually sparing of soap and water ... He dresses completely before he touches water'.

6622
Six George III teaspoons with masking spoon Aberdeen circa 1800 John Ewen David Izatt Aberdeen

A set of six George III teaspoons with masking spoon, by John Ewen (four teaspoons) and David Izatt (2 teaspoons and masking spoon), all initialled {JJG} .
Price: £450.00
John Ewen (active 1770-1821) was a prominent merchant in Castle Street, Aberdeen. David Izat was apprenticed to James Gordon of Aberdeen from 1786-1793. Izat then appears in the records of the Hammermen of Banff from 1794-1797 after which it is known that he returned to Aberdeen. Dr. James noted on page 119 of her book The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 (1981) that 'since there is no information concerning [Izat] between 1797 and 1825, it remains possible that he did work on his own during this period, and that Aberdeen silver with his mark may exist'. This set of spoons, a rare survival, confirms the suggestion.

7154
Milkmaid Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with milkmaid back, by WS of London circa 1760, initialled {MH} .
Price: £450.00
6638
6 Celtic point fancy front scroll back teaspoons Dublin 1770 Christopher Haines Six Celtic point teaspoons with fancy fronts and scroll backs, by Christopher Haines Dublin circa 1770, crested with a demi talbot holding a coronet in the cartouche and initialled {H} on the heel .
Price: £395.00
7232
George III Hanoverian teaspoon London 1784 Duty Drawback Hester Bateman

A George III 'Duty Drawback' hanoverian teaspoon with shell back, by Hester Bateman London 1784 (with the rare Duty Drawback or exportation mark), initialled {CAT} .
Price: £345.00
The 'Duty Drawback' or Exportation mark was struck on pieces during 1784-1785 to show that the pieces had been exported and the Duty paid on them reimbursed. However it was found that striking an incuse punch into completed pieces caused damage and the mark was discontinued after only two years. Consequently this is the rarest English hallmark.

7133
Darby Patent teaspoon

A 'Darby Patent' bright-cut teaspoon by William Darby Sheffield 1785 .
Price: £345.00

In 1785 Sheffield silversmith William Darby patented 'a new method of mufacturing spoons and other articles'. This was, in essence, an early example of mass production. However only around 40 pieces bearing his mark have been recorded, all of which are hallmarked for 1785.

6126
12 teaspoons and tongs Sheffield 1895 unusual fitted case Dixon and Sons A set of twelve engraved teaspoons and sugar tongs in unusual fitted case (which has its own design registration number), by Joseph Dixon and Sons Sheffield 1895 .
Price: £325.00
6809
 Teaspoon

A fiddle pattern teaspoon, by J. J. Cohen of Sydney NSW circa 1840 crested for BOYD.
Price: £325.00

Although there were a number of members of this family in the colony at the time, the most prominent was Benjamin Boyd (1801-1851), an entrepreneur who, among other ventures, founded the Royal Bank of Australia. After some time prospecting in California, Boyd was returning to Australia when he stopped at the Solomon Islands to hunt game, an area he had once spoken of colonising. He never returned to his ship and his body was never found.
[For more detailed information, see the Australian Dictionary for National Biography]

4823
6 George III Rococo Shell teaspoons London circa 1770 Thomas Woodhouse A set of six George III Hanoverian teaspoons with 'rococo shell' backs, by Thomas Woodhouse, London circa 1770, initialled {C} .
Price: £320.00
7090z
6 George III hanoverian teaspoons fancy backs Thomas William Chawner 1770 Six Hanoverian pattern teaspoons with fancy backs, by Thomas and William Chawner London circa 1765, initialled {WM} .
Price: £295.00
7231z
6 Teaspoons Six Hanoverian teaspoons, by Richard Pargeter London circa 1730, initialled {B [over] OE} .
Price:SOLD
6312
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with 'Masonic-back', by ?.M London circa 1760, initialled {AP}.
Price: £250.00
5707
 Teaspoon

A silver-gilt fiddle thread teaspoon with unusual thread heel, by Paul Storr London 1816, crested for George, Viscount Deerhurst (future 8th Earl of Coventry),.
Price: £245.00

George William Coventry (1784-1843) was, as eldest son and heir to the 7th Earl of Coventry, styled Viscount Deerhurst from 1809 until he acceded to the Earldom in 1831. He married Lady Emma Susan Lygon, daughter of the 1st Earl Beauchamp, in 1808 and, following her death Lady Mary Beauclerk, daughter of the 6th Duke of St. Albans, who had a dowry of £100,000. However he is often better known for his pursuit of the 13-year-old Sophia Dubouchet (the future Lady Berwick). Sophia's sister, the more famous courtesan, Harriette Wilson, reveals much about this in her memoirs including the fact that Deerhurst was 'a most profligate nobleman... [who] was unusually sparing of soap and water ... He dresses completely before he touches water'.

6624
 Teaspoon

An oar-pattern teaspoon, by R.L. - perhaps attributable to Richard Lamb of Sydney, circa 1850, initialled {LJ}.
Price: £245.00

The mark on this spoon shows similarities to a mark recently attributed to Richard Lamb by John Houstone and the shape of the fiddle pattern and style of the initials do have precedents in known Australian flatware — see Early Australian silver by J.M. Houstone, pages 77-8

3815z
 Teaspoon

A Hanoverian 'Hearts of Oak' teaspoon with "British" on the back of the bowl , London circa 1760, initialled {N [over] I B} .
Price: £225.00

This patriotic pictureback features a design used on the medal produced by John Kirk for George III's coronation in 1760 (included for illustration only).

6615
Cockerel back teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with 'cockerel back', by HB in script (Grimwade 3601) London circa 1760, initialled {EG} .
Price: £225.00
5768
6 George III Old English teaspoons with shell backs London circa 1770 Thomas William Chawner Six Old English teaspoons with shellbacks, by Thomas and William Chawner London circa 1770, initialled {AW} .
Price: £220.00
7230z
Six George IV Celtic point teaspoons London 1828 Charles Eley A set of six George IV Celtic point teaspoons, by Charles Eley London 1828, crested with a galleon and the motto Deus Nauclator (perhaps for Yeoman) .
Price: £210.00
7043
3 Teaspoons Three Scottish fiddle pattern teaspoons, by John Welsh of Edinburgh circa 1760, initialled {JH} and numbered 1 through 3 .
Price: £210.00
6302z
six George VI teaspoons sealtop wrythen knop puritan disc end Edinburgh 1936 1937 1938 Thomas Bradbury and Sons retailed St. Andrews A cased set of six George VI teaspoons their forms based on seventeenth century spoons, 4 based on English prototypes (2 different seal tops, a wrythen knop and a Puritan spoon) and unusually 2 following Scottish prototypes (both variants on a disc end), assayed in Edinburgh in 1936/7/8 by Thomas Bradbury and Sons and retailed by A. J. Reid of 8 Bell Street, St. Andrews .
Price: £195.00
7094
6 Teaspoons 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
6 Teaspoons A set of six fiddle pattern teaspoons with bright-cut borders, by William Sumner London 1791 .
Price: £190.00
6448
George VI Celtic teaspoon Iona dove bowl Iona Celtic Art assayed Birmingham 1937

A George VI teaspoon with Celtic motifs and the bowl stamped with a dove and IONA, by Iona Celtic Art, Birmingham 1937 .
Price: £185.00

Alexander Ritchie (1856-1941) trained as a marine engineer and worked for the British India Steam Shipping Company but, when in Scotland, he attended the Glasgow School of Art. There he met Euphemia Thompson and they married in 1898. Two years later Ritchie was appointed custodian of Iona Cathedral and the couple began to produce silver derived from the stonework of Iona (and elsewhere in Scotland). From 1910 Ritchie had a hallmark in Chester and in 1931, he also registered at Birmingham assay office as 'Iona Celtic Art'. The Ritchies became a key part of disseminating Celtic design — their successors on Iona continue to do so to this day.

6970
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian squirrel-back teaspoon by W.F, London circa 1760 initialled {I*P}.
Price: £185.00
2516
A George II Minerva front basket of flowers back teaspoon with acorn shaped bowl London circa 1745 Thomas Jackson A George II teaspoon with Minerva front and acorn-shaped bowl (the reverse decorated with a basket of flowers), by Thomas Jackson of London circa 1745, initialled {EB} .
Price: £175.00
6928
6 Teaspoons Six Old English teaspoons with feather-edge borders and fluted bowls, by John Lampfert of London circa 1770 .
Price: £175.00
6411
Double duty teaspoon A 'Double Duty' bright-cut teaspoon, by John Langlands Newcastle 1797, initialled {IFR}.
Price: £170.00
5288
Double duty teaspoon A 'double duty' Old English teaspoon, by John Langlands Newcastle 1797, initialled {IS}..
Price: £165.00
5350
six Old English teaspoons circa 1790 John Sid of Perth A George III set of six Old English teaspoons, by John Sid of Perth circa 1790 .
Price: £165.00
6833
6 Teaspoons 6 feather-edge teaspoons, by Thomas and William Chawner London circa 1770, crested with a lion at the foot of a tree.
Price:SOLD
5337
 Teaspoon An Old English mashing spoon by James Erskine of Aberdeen circa 1800 initialled {LMcK}.
Price: £165.00
6214
 Teaspoon Six brightcut teaspoons, Exeter circa 1790 by Joseph Hicks initialled {JML}.
Price: £155.00
2856
 Teaspoon 6 brightcut teaspoons by Thomas Evans and Jacob Levi, London 1783 initialled {EN}.
Price: £155.00
6742
 Teaspoon

A feather-edge teaspoon with shaped stem and fluted bowl, London circa 1770 by IM (Grimwade 3658) for Jacob Marsh or John Moore, initialled {AJ} or {AT}.
Price: £150.00

Two spoons from this set formed part of lot 99 of the Gubbins sale in 2002.

4903
six teaspoons all assay offices 1961 cased An Elizabeth II set of six dognose teaspoons in a fitted case illustrating all of the British assay offices active in 1961. All of the spoons are by Travis Wilson and Company Limited — the London, Glasgow, Birmingham and Sheffield spoons are assayed for 1963, the Chester spoon for 1961 and the Edinburgh spoon for 1962.
Price:SOLD
6810
Double headed eagle teaspoon A 'double-headed eagle' back teaspoon, by Thomas and William Chawner London circa 1765 (Grimwade 3510 formerly ascribed to Thomas Whipham and Charles Wright), initialled {P [over] IM}.
Price: £145.00
5694
6 Teaspoons 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
Hen and chicks-back teaspoon A 'Hen and Chicks' back Hanoverian teaspoon, by B.B London circa 1750, initialled {JC}..
Price: £145.00
5299
Galleon-back teaspoon An Old English teaspoon with 'galleon-back' , by I*S London circa 1770, initialled {T}.
Price: £140.00
5709
Galleon-back teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with galleon back by Thomas Woodhouse London circa 1760, initialled {SHAJ}
Price: £140.00
5752
6 Teaspoons Six Old English teaspoons, by Peter and Ann Bateman London 1793.
Price: £140.00
5674
Galleon-back teaspoon

A 'galleon back' teaspoon, by WT (attributed to William Tant) London circa 1760.
Price:SOLD

 

5449
 Masking spoon An Old English masking spoon by John Ewen, Aberdeen circa 1810 initialled {AT}.
Price: £140.00
1430
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon, by Peter and Jonathan Bateman London 1791, crested with a wolf's head impaled by a spear .
Price: £125.00
5754
6 Kings pattern egg spoons 1911 Jackson and Fullerton A set of six King's pattern eggspoons with shell heels, by Jackson and Fullerton London 1911, crested with a talbot's head out of a coronet .
Price: £120.00
6697
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with 'tea plant' back, by Robert Sallam London circa 1770, initialled {JSF} .
Price: £120.00
6198
Twisted stem teaspoon A 'Scottish fiddle' pattern teaspoon with a twisted stem, by Francis Howden Edinburgh circa 1790 , initialled {C}.
Price: £120.00
5092z
6 Teaspoons A set of six Old English teaspoons, by Peter, Ann and William Bateman London 1801, initialled {MO}.
Price: £115.00
4471z
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon with fluted bowl and rococo decoration to both the front and back of the stem, by John Lampfert London circa 1760, crested with a clothed arm holding a bird .
Price:SOLD
6393
George III Scottish Fiddle teaspoon Dundee circa 1800 Edward Livingstone

A George III Scottish fiddle pattern teaspoon, by Edward Livingstone of Dundee circa 1800, initialled {DB} .
Price: £110.00
The EL incuse mark on this spoon is not recorded in William Guthrie's 1994 Dundee Silver 1750-1850 or in Richard Turner's Directory of Scottish Provincial Silversmiths and their marks.

7250
George III 'Scottish Fiddle' teaspoon Edinburgh circa 1775 Steuart of Dalguise

A 'Scottish fiddle' pattern teaspoon, by Lothian and Robertson of Edinburgh circa 1775, numbered 4 and crested for Steuart of Dalguise( Perthshire) . The initials CS are very likely to be those of Charles Steuart of Dalguise (1756-1821) .
Price: £110.00

Charles Steuart of Dalguise (Perthshire) was born in 1756 and died in 1821. He was directly descended from an illegitimate son of Robert II of Scotland (reigned 1371-1390). A later head of the family had served in the Royalist army under the Marquess of Montrose during the British Civil Wars of the 1640s. Charles's immediate family also had strong links to the Jacobite cause throughout the first half of the eighteenth century.

His grandfather, John Steuart of Dalguise (1689-1776), was a member of the Jacobite army defeated at the Battle of Sheriffmuir at the end of the 1715 rebellion. Charles married his first wife Grace Stewart, daughter of Robert Stewart of Ballechin, in 1786. His father-in-law had served as an officer in the Jacobite army raised by Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1745. After Grace's death in 1787 Charles married Amelia Ann Sophia Oliphant, daughter of Laurence Oliphant of Gask. This time his father-in-law had been aide-de-camp to Bonnie Prince Charlie during 1745 campaign.

By the time Charles inherited the Dalguise Estate in 1785 the fear of Jacobitism had subsided. He was appointed the first Deputy Lieutenant of Perthshire by George III when the office was instituted in 1794.

By the late nineteenth century, Dalguise House was being let in the summer and from the early 1870s the family of Beatrix Potter were regular tenants. It was while staying there that she wrote the 'picture letters' on which 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit' and 'The Tale of Jeremy Fisher' were based. Mrs. Tiggy Winkle is also believed to have been inspired by the washerwoman at Dalguise.

7151
2 Teaspoons A pair of Hanoverian teaspoons with unusual shell backs, by David Crawford Newcastle circa 1780, initialled {G [over] IM} .
Price: £110.00
6303
Flame-back teaspoon A flame-back Hanoverian teaspoon by Benjamin Cartwright London circa 1760.
Price: £110.00
5706
 Teaspoon A feather-edge teaspoon with shoulders, by Richard Richardson III of Chester circa 1765, initialled {P}.
Price: £110.00
4696
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon, by David Izatt of Banff circa 1800, initialled {C} .
Price: £110.00
6720z
 Teaspoon A Old English pattern teaspoon, Banff circa 1800 by David Izatt initialled {JJC}.
Price: £110.00
3315z
George III Hanoverian teaspoon leopard's head crowned back teaspoon circa 1760 william Sudell A George III Hanoverian teaspoon, the back bearing a 'small leopard's head within a fancy cartouche', by William Sudell London circa 1760, initialled {KH} .
Price: £95.00
7156
Victorian Beaded urn front teaspoon London 1879 George Adams A Victorian beaded teaspoon with urn front, by George Adams London 1879, initialled {R} .
Price: £95.00
7039
Artichoke-back teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with fancy front and artichoke back, by Owen Cassidy of Dublin (active 1756-1816) circa 1760, initialled {W [over] I* I} .
Price: £95.00
6085
Fiddle Thread teaspoon cast engraved crest Robert Gray and Sons Glasgow Edinburgh 1818 A George III fiddle thread pattern teaspoon with die-cast helmet and engraved crest, by Robert Gray and Sons (of Glasgow) assayed in Edinburgh in 1818, the crest being that of a swan's head out of a coronet .
Price: £95.00
2 spoons available
6825
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon made in Jersey, marked LC accompanied by a J and a pseudo-duty mark: These marks have been tentatively attributed to Mr. Chevalier of Jersey initialled {EG} .
Price: £95.00
5962
Mashing spoon An Old English pattern mashing spoon, made circa 1780.
Price: £95.00
5491
George III Fiddle pattern teaspoon Cork Whelpley c. 1810 Travis crest

A George III Fiddle pattern teaspoon, by John Whelpley Cork circa 1810, initialled {RT} and crested with a wolf for a member of the Travers family (described as being of 'Cork' or of 'County Cork') .
Price: £90.00

The Travers family seem to have been prominent in Cork and there were several Roberts and a Richard in the first quarter of the nineteenth century- one candidate for the owner of this spoon would be Robert Travers, Attorney of Cork who appears in the trade directories and married Harriet Belford in 1809.

7285
2 Teaspoons A pair of bright-cut Celtic point teaspoons, Dublin 1807-1809 by Arthur Murphy, initialled {DLH} .
Price: £90.00
5918
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon with two sets of hallmarks for London 1799 made by Godbehere, Wigan and Boult .
Price: £90.00
5996
2 Teaspoons A pair of Hanoverian teaspoons, by John Clayton London circa 1745, crested with a wolf's head out of a coronet.
Price: £90.00
See also SN 5118 below
5120
George IV Coburg pattern teaspoon London 1830 James Beebe A George IV Coburg pattern teaspoon, by James Beebe London 1830 .
Price:SOLD
7275
George VI teaspoon Birmingham 1938 Arthur Price and Company die-cast crest Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI)

A George VI teaspoon with the die-cast crest of Imperial Chemical Industries, by Arthur Price and Company Limited Birmingham 1938
Price: £85.00
Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) was founded in 1926 by the merger of Brunner Mond, Nobel Explosives, the United Alkali Company and the British Dyestuffs Corporation. The company produced a very wide range of chemical products, including paint, dyes, fertilisers and insecticides, and had a turnover of twenty seven million pounds in its first year.

The crest on this spoon was used by the Company for advertising ─ including on playing cards an example of which accompanies this spoon ─ but it is possible that this spoon was made for use within the Company (perhaps in the board room).

7145
snuffspoon with shellback circa 1750 A George II snuffspoon with shell back, circa 1750 .
Price: £85.00
6836
A Military Thread and Shell teaspoon London 1819 Eley and Fearn A George III Military thread-and-shell variant teaspoon with fluted bowl, by William Eley and William Fearn London 1819 .
Price:SOLD
6849
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with a 'double shell and twiddle' back, by Marmaduke Daintry London circa 1745, initialled {WC} .
Price: £85.00
6428
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with fancy front and scroll back, made in London by William London circa 1760, initialled {S [over] IM} .
Price: £85.00
6387
 Teaspoon A teaspoon with leaf decoration in the bowl and rococo decoration on the stem, London circa 1750, initialled {S [over] I M} .
Price:SOLD
5995
Basket of Flowers teaspoon A 'Basket of Flowers' back teaspoon, by Thomas Woodhouse London circa 1770, initialled {MW}.
Price: £85.00
5549
 Teaspoon A teaspoon with 'Falstaff' front, London circa 1765 by ID in script (possibly attributable to Israel Devonshire), crested with a demi-horse rampant.
Price:SOLD
4595
2 Teaspoons

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
2 Teaspoons A pair of brightcut teaspoons by ?John Sheils? Dublin 1787 - 1793 initialled {E} over {PL}.
Price: £80.00
2671a
Old English teaspoon Birmingham circa 1778 Edward Sawyer Gubbins Collection

A George III Old English teaspoon, by Edward Sawyer Birmingham c. 1775, initialled {C} .
Price:SOLD

This spoon formed part of lot 127 of the sale of the Martin Gubbins collection of flatware held at Bonhams (London) on 18th July 2002.

7036
Fiddle pattern teaspoon Dumfries circa 1800 Alexander Cunningham A George III fiddle pattern teaspoon, by Alexander Campbell of Greenock circa 1800, initialled {JW} .
Price: £75.00
6907z
Tamworth pattern teaspoon George Adams 1865 A Tamworth pattern teaspoon, by George Adams London 1865.
Price: £75.00
5663
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with shell back, by Pentecost Symonds, Exeter circa 1750, initialled {T [over] E E } .
Price: £75.00
6504
 Teaspoon A single-struck teaspoon of unrecorded 'Ivy' pattern, by George Adams London 1859, initialled {PW}.
Price: £75.00
5729
 Teaspoon A floral 'fancy back' teaspoon, by Hester Bateman London circa 1770, initalled {SIM}.
Price: £75.00
5447
 Teaspoon A shell back teaspoon, by Pierre Amiraux Jersey circa 1770, initialled {MM}.
Price: £75.00
5506
 Teaspoon

A Louis XV pattern teaspoon made in London in 1860 by John Samuel Hunt crested with a bull's head out of a coronet.
Price: £75.00

2 spoons available

 

3456
 Teaspoon An Elizabethan pattern teaspoon, by George Adams London 1869.
Price:SOLD
5374
 Teaspoon A fiddle, thread and shell variant teaspoon, made in London 1791 engraved with the arms of NEEDHAM.
Price:SOLD
4879
 Teaspoon An Irish fancy front teaspoon with scroll back, Dublin circa 1775 by IC (perhaps forJohn Craig).
Price: £75.00
4103
 Teaspoon A fancy-back teaspoon, by George Smith, London circa 1770, initialled {SAA}.
Price: £75.00
4348
 Teaspoon

An Irish fancy front teaspoon with scroll back, Dublin circa 1775 by RL.
Price: £75.00

The mark is noted in Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks (p. 654) but not associated with any specific maker

4104
 Teaspoon A feather-edge and cartouche teaspoon with shoulders, by William Turton, London circa 1775, initialled {EW}.
Price: £75.00
2 spoons available
4557
2 Teaspoons A pair of fiddle pattern teaspoons with rat-tail, Dublin, 1829, by Samuel Neville initialled {W}.
Price: £72.00
2864a
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with shell back, by Edward Bennett London circa 1740, initialled {A O} .
Price: £68.00
6429
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon with wrigglework border, by Hester Bateman London circa 1780, crested with a mitre for BERKELEY.
Price: £68.00
5866
 Teaspoon A Tudor pattern teaspoon, by George Adams London 1853 additionally struck with a Design Registration mark, crested with a demi-lion rampant holding a bezant.
Price:SOLD
5071
Victorian Fiddle pattern teaspoon John Sturrock Montrose circa 1860 A fiddle pattern teaspoon, by James Sturrock of Montrose circa 1860, initialled {JBA} .
Price: £65.00
7229
 Teaspoon A bright-cut Celtic point teaspoon with a ribbon above the cartouche, Dublin circa 1795, crested with a lion rampant .
Price: £65.00
5916
 Teaspoon A Celtic Point teaspoon, by J. Bayly Dublin circa 1800, crested with a demi lion rampant holding an orb..
Price: £65.00
5141z
 Teaspoon

A Hanoverian teaspoon with fancy back, by Henry Daniel London circa 1780, initialled {L} [over] {MD}.
Price: £65.00

4963z
 Teaspoon A bright-cut Celtic point teaspoon with a shell back, Dublin circa 1770 by John Shiels, initialled {CJM} .
Price: £65.00
5915
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with 'artichoke front' and reeded borders, unmarked circa 1730, crested with a greyhound .
Price: £60.00
6432z
 3 Teaspoons Three Hanoverian teaspoons, London circa 1755 by Richard Hawkins, initialled {HGM}.
Price: £60.00
3718
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon, by Peter and William Bateman London 1814, engraved Nursery on the reverse .
Price: £58.00
6532
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon, by Hester Bateman London 1788, initialled {A I E}.
Price: £58.00
2 spoons available
5600
 Teaspoon A Scottish fiddle pattern teaspoon, made in Edinburgh circa 1790 by David Elder.
Price: £58.00
4165
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with cast front and artichoke back, London circa 1760 initialled {S} over {WEB} beneath an eagle.
Price: £58.00
4078
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with unusual shell back, by David Crawford Newcastle circa 1780, initialled {G [over] IM} .
Price: £55.00
2 spoons available
6305
 Teaspoon A hammered spoon with pierced floral finial, by HM (anchor between), Australian circa 1920 .
Price: £55.00
6033
 Teaspoon A Hanoverian teaspoon with cast front and shell back, London circa 1750 perhaps by Richard Gosling, engraved with an armorial of a spread eagle.
Price: £55.00
4224
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon, by John Ollivant (of Manchester) Chester probably 1786, initialled {L}.
Price: £55.00
4368
 Teaspoon An oar-pattern teaspoon, Perth circa 1810 by William Ritchie.
Price: £53.00
3346
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon, by Hester Bateman London 1789, initialled {L}.
Price: £52.00
3 spoons available
5647
 Teaspoon A feather-edged teaspoon, by Edward Sawyer, Birmingham 1776, initialled {MD}.
Price:SOLD
4317
A feather-edged teaspoon, by Edward Sawyer, Birmingham 1776, initialled {MD}.
Price: £52.00
4318
 Teaspoon A feather-edge teaspoon with shoulders, by David Edmond of Edinburgh circa 1775, initialled {AG} .
Price: £50.00
6299
 Teaspoon A feather-edge teaspoon with shoulders, by David Edmond of Edinburgh circa 1775, initialled {AG} .
Price: £50.00
6299
 Teaspoon A feather-edge teaspoon with shoulders, by James Hewitt of Edinburgh circa 1775, initialled {AG} .
Price: £50.00
6300
 Teaspoon A Celtic point teaspoon, by John Shiels Dublin circa 1790, initialled {EMM} .
Price: £49.00
5880
Victorian Fiddle pattern teaspoon Malta 1856 Emidio Cretien crest Wynter Kelly Ireland

A Victorian fiddle pattern teaspoon, by Emidio Critien Malta 1856, engraved with the crest and motto of the Ireland family above the initials WKI for Captain Wynder Kelly Ireland RN (1826-1856).
Price:SOLD

Captain Wynder Kelly Ireland RN (1828-1856) was the son of Captain Richard Ireland CB of the British Army. He was born at Roscommon in Ireland and entered the Royal Navy as a Gentleman's Cadet with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant on 17th December 1844 and, having spent 3 months at the Royal Naval College. He was promoted to 1st Lieutenant in 1848 and served on several ships before being posted to the Baltic in 1854. His Naval record (a copy of which is available with this spoon) shows that he 'served in the Black Sea [aboard H.M.S. Hannibal], from November 1854 to April 1855. Engaged in the nightly attacks against the sea batteries of Sebastopol.. [and] served [aboard H.M.S. Gladiator] in the Flying Squadron under the Command of Sir H. Stewart at the atttack and capture of the forts on Kinburn Spit in October 1855' as well as in the Blockade of Odessa. He was promoted to Captain on 22nd March 1856 and returned to Portsmouth via the Mediterranean where both H. M. S. Hannibal and H. M. S. Gladiator are recorded after the Crimean War. He died of apoplexy on 17th December 1856.

7079
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4922
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5362
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4520
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3270
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2845
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2 single spoons available (NOTE: with the pair SN 5120 there are 4 spoons in total)
5118
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Price: £40.00
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Price: £40.00
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Price: £39.00
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4394
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Price: £38.00
6596
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Price: £38.00
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Price: £38.00
5919
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Price: £38.00
5917
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Price: £38.00
6379
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Price: £38.00
6316
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Price: £38 .00
5920
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Price: £38.00
5052
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Price: £38.00
4800
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Price:SOLD
4969z
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Price:SOLD
6550
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Price: £35.00
7260
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Price: £35.00
2 spoons available
5012
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Price: £35.00
2 spoons available
4846
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Price: £35.00
4470z
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Price:SOLD
4491
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Price: £35.00 
4 spoons available in total
4236
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Price: £35.00
6372
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Price: £34.00
7194
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Price: £32.00
6442
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Price: £32.00
6096
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Price: £30.00
5201
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Price: £29.00
4588
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Price: £28.00
6333
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6401
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Price: £28.00
5154
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Price: £28.00
4653
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Price: £28.00
4892
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Price:SOLD
4898
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Price: £28.00
5119
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Price: £27.00
4587
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Price: £26.00
3 spoons available
3907
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Price: £25.00
3 spoons available
7244
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Price: £25.00
7267
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Price: £25.00
2 spoons available

7120
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Price: £25.00
2 spoons available 
3659
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Price: £25.00
3773
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Price:SOLD
7227
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Price: £24.00
6170
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Price: £24.00
5416
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Price:SOLD
7067
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Price: £22.00

2 spoons available

6980
 Teaspoon

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Price: £22.00

The combination of the Duty Mark and the date letter on this piece show that it was assayed between 30th May and 10th October 1804.

6679
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Price: £22.00
3 spoons available
6676
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Price: £22.00
1359
 Teaspoon An Old English teaspoon, by George Smith London 1789, crested for Fowke .
Price: £19.00
6169
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Price: £18.00
2 spoons available
6163z
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Price: £17.50
3 spoons available
4562
 Teaspoon 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: £15.00
2419c