A large quantity of mainly Georgian sterling silver salt spoons, most are London hallmarked. Most have monograms, some don’t. Includes a Chester 1837 example by John Sutter and a heavy gauge thread shell Mary Chawner example (bowl dents).
A 30g sterling silver napkin ring fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1934, engraved 'RNCD 1935 800 Yds Relay' and a beautiful but unmarked antique 24g napkin ring monogrammed with a single initial 'H' (sold as white metal).
A group of 4 assorted coffee spoons with black bean finials. All are hallmarked English sterling silver. 2 are Mappin & Webb Sheffield 1924, one Barker Bros Birmingham 1965, one Adie Bros Birmingham 1923.
A group of 7 spoons, 6 hallmarked English sterling silver & a David-Andersen Norwegian example c. 1920, all have guilloche enamel etc. English makers include Barker Ellis, H.Clifford-Davies, Turner & Simpson etc.
A pair of large dessert spoons, possibly continental tablespoons bearing Austro-Hungarian 800 standard markings, one made by 'HE' the other by 'TD'. One is a monogrammed with a single initial 'F', the other with no monogram.