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Set of six 5 " English solid sterling silver spoons with pointed bowls, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1931, 141mm, 150g.
originally intended for grapefruit but now more often used for ice cream
m7775 98
8 " Georgian solid sterling silver Old English pattern table spoon, John Blake, London 1803, 212mm, 61g.
useful shorter stem server, no engraving
m7742 28
Four Georgian sterling silver bright-cut Old English pattern spoons, Hester Bateman over struck by retailer George Gray, London 1783, 118mm, 48g. m7724 48
4 " Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern teaspoon, Hester Bateman, London 1762, 119mm, 14g. m7718 28
Six 5" Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern teaspoons, P&W Bateman, London 1809, 124mm, 71g. m7713 98
Six (5+1) 4 " Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern teaspoons, Hester Bateman, London 1788, 121mm, 65g. m7712 148
6 " Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern dessert spoon, Hester Bateman, London 1788, 170mm, 28g.
engraved 'W'
m7706 38
6 " Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern dessert spoon, Hester Bateman, London 1788, 174mm, 31g.
engraved 'E'
m7705 38
Pair 7" Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, Hester Bateman, London 1784, 178mm, 57g.
updated description, very rare HB punch
m7704 68
6 " Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern dessert spoon, Hester Bateman, London 1780, 172mm, 34g.
no engraving, Hester's largest ever punch
m7703 58
6 " Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern dessert spoon, Hester Bateman, London 1774, 168mm, 30g. m7702 58
Excellent set of six 5 " Georgian sterling silver Old English pattern teaspoons, Thomas Wallis II, London 1797, 132mm, 84g.
initial 'S' engraving, long drops, cusped duty mark
m7687 98
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