george ii set of 6 silver handled rococo dessert knives. circa 1750.
william iv pair of sterling silver naturalistic salt spoons by joseph wilmore. birmingham 1830
george iii newcastle sterling silver fiddle pattern oyster fork by reid & sons. 1819.
REID & SONS
victorian pair of sterling silver fiddle, thread and shell serving spoons with royal marines crest by george adams.
GEORGE ADAMS, London
george iii set of six sterling silver salt spoons. eley & fearn 1807.
george iii silver mote spoon. circa 1765.
royal silver - george iv sterling silver pair serving spoons by thomas wallis ii. london 1790.
Thomas Wallis II, London
george iii set of 6 silver and silver gilt bacchanalian pattern small spoons by the lias bros.
John & Henry Lias
george ii set of six sterling silver hanoverian dessert spoons. london 1754.
george ii set of six sterling silver hanoverian dessert spoons. john swift, london 1734.
george iii set of 6 scottish fiddle teaspoons by wm dempster. circa 1770.
george iii set of 6 silver gilt dessert knives by william abdy. circa 1765
victorian sterling silver fiddle pattern oyster fork by william eaton. london 1842
irish - george iii set of 3 sterling silver dessert spoons by john irish. 1750-70
victorian silver gilt elizabethan pattern childs set by francis higgins. london 1867
FRANCIS HIGGINS, London
william iv set of four sterling silver salt spoons by hester & william bateman
george iii set of 4 sterling silver old english feather edge serving spoons. london 1772
victorian silver gilt decorative handled dessert spoon by a hadfield
six george iv silver hatchetts hotel teaspoons
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