Georgian Silver

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18thC silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoon
London 1751. 8in.(20.5cm) L

£85 - over 250 years old; cheaper than new

Georgian silver/mother-of-pearl folding fruit knife
Sold - other fruit knives from £20

2.75" (7cm) L closed. Sheffield 1828

Georgian silver/whalebone punch ladle
Unusually, it is hallmarked - London 1809

15.75in.(40cm) L - £110

Small silver spoon by William Bateman, 1822
5.25in.(13cm) L

Sold - similar spoons in stock - £10 each

Pair of table spoons by William Collings
London 1774. 8.5in.(21.5cm) L

£165 the pair

Selection of Georgian Table Spoons in stock
Less expensive than new! - from

Details on request

George II Period silver sauce ladle
London 1757. 7in.(18cm) L

Sold - selection of silver ladles in stock

Georgian wine coasters

L: Silver, Sheffield 1798, 5.4in. Diam. - £345
R: O.S.P., circa 1820, 6.5in. Diam. -

Set of four silver salts by Robert Hennell
London 1783. 5in.(12.5cm) W o/a

£845 - Click on photo for view of one salt

Top: Fiddle pattern long serving spoon
By Charles Boyton, London 1827 - £125
Bottom: Old English pattern ditto, by Eley, Fearn
& Chawner, London 1808 - £125

Silver sugar nips by John Payne
London, circa 1760. 4.75in.(12cm) L

Sold - Another - £48

Silver handle/blade knife for butter or pate
Birmingham 1830. 7in.(18cm) L - Sold

Mother-of-pearl handled, 1824, available @ £45

Sugar tongs (can be used for ice, serving olives. etc)
Selection in stock - details on request

£28 to £45

18th century silver mustard pot, London1790
4in.(10cm) L x 3.25 (8.5) H o/a


Silver fiddle & thread pattern table spoon
London 1796. 8.75in.(22cm) L

£78 - superb quality & condition; ideal server

Early Georgian silver marrow scoop
By Thomas Pye, London 1739

9in.(23cm) L - £185

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