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INDEX ALL SILVER
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William IV Silver (1830-37)
item number price
       
Silver Lemon Strainers 1686-1846, the new book by Michael Adams, reviewed by Ian Bedford. ISBN: 9781839753947 £far too cheap in my opinion, currently around £13
       
Two 4" matching antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Old English pattern salt spoons with freshly gilded bowls and frontal 'D' engraving, London 1800, 101mm, 19g. m8056 £48
       
Scarce pair Bristol made Georgian solid sterling silver knife rests, William Woodman, Exeter 1818-32, 64mm, 41g. m8054 £88
       
Pair of 2 ¼" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver cauldron salts with blue glass liners and gilded interiors, David Mowden, London 1766, silver 78g. m8048 £188
       
Set of three 8 ½" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Old English pattern table or serving spoons, Dorothy Langlands, Newcastle 1811, 219mm, 166g.
original frontal monogram engraving
m8040 £148
       
Six antique English Georgian solid sterling silver fully gilt Old English pattern 'Berry' teaspoons, Alice & George Burrows, London 1806, 140mm, silver 87g. m8038 £198
       
Pair 7" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Fiddle pattern sauce ladles, William Eaton, London 1820, 178mm, 96g. m8011 £98
       
Pair 8 ¾" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Old English pattern table spoons, London 1826, 222mm, 141g. m8010 £128
       
available now, images to follow Very good set of six 8" antique English William IV solid sterling silver Fiddle pattern table forks, Mary Chawner, London 1836, 205mm, 457g.
monogram verso
m8000 £348
       
13 ½" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Old English pattern soup ladle, Solomon Hougham, London 1813, 342mm, 178g.
no engraving or erasure
m7992 £178
       
Good pair of 5 ½" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver plain Old English pattern sugar tongs, Alice & George Burrows, London 1803, 138mm, 41g.
original initials 'I over I*E' engraved to the bow.
m7982 £48
       
Good pair of 5 ½" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver sugar tongs with bright cut engraved decoration, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1800, 142mm, 34g.
original initials 'I*P' engraved to the bow.
m7981 £48
       
5 ½" pair of antique English Georgian cast solid sterling silver sugar tongs, William Chawner, London 1760s, 141mm, 39g. m7967 £98
       
Pair 4 ¼" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver gilt Fiddle pattern salt spoons, William Bateman I, London 1820, 106mm, 26g. m7956 £48
       
Pair 4" antique English William IV solid sterling silver Fiddle pattern salt spoons, Charles Boyton, London 1832, 104mm, 23g. m7955 £48
       
Elegant and rare antique English Georgian solid sterling silver oval teapot stand with bright-cut engraved decoration and central crest, Hester Bateman, London 1788, 168mm, 140g. m7910 £398
       
Very good set of six antique English Georgian solid sterling silver double struck King's pattern with diamond shell heel dessert spoons, Eley & Fearn, London 1823, 179mm, 329g.
no engraving
m7895 £248
       
Antique English William IV solid sterling silver Queen's pattern dessert spoon, J & A Savory, London 1837, 187mm, 70g.
crest engraving
m7892 £48
       
Pair 4" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Fiddle pattern salt spoons, William Johnson, London 1822, 102mm, 25g. m7867 £28
       
Pair 4" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Fiddle pattern salt spoons, Thomas Dicks, London 1822, 102mm, 25g. m7866 £28
       
3 ½" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Hanoverian pattern salt spoon, Samuel Key, London 1760, 92mm, 6g.
no engraving or erasure, traces of original mercurial gilding
m7862 £28
       
3 ½" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Shell Bowl Hanoverian pattern salt spoon, Samuel Key, London 1760, 90mm, 6g. m7851 £28
       
3 ¾" antique English Georgian solid sterling silver Shell Back Shell Bowl Hanoverian pattern salt spoon, Job Tripp, London 1760, 93mm, 7g. m7850 £28
       
4" antique English William IV solid sterling silver salt shovel with carved ivory(?) Old English pattern handle, William Simpson, Birmingham 1832, 99mm. m7848 £18
       
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