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).
here are 2 older Chinese spoons with characters to handles, the 'triple' one is by 'HPK' (no further markings), the one character example is by 'KMS' with a further Chinese makers mark. Both have gilt washed bowls.
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 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 good looking large bowl caddy spoon with repousse decoration of a gentlemen in top hat etc. Cherub to handle. Bears import marks fro London 1900, importer John George Smith. Original markings are 930 standard and maker of CoI.
A very nice early souvenir spoon from Vienna with picture bowl to rear side and 'Wien' lettering to bowl interior. Small monogram 'E' to rear of handle. 800 standard, German made. Bears Austrian import mark to inside of bowl rim for Vienna, used 1872-1901.
A larger sized vase by Walker & Hall, made during WW2. Very deco shape! Fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1940. Weighted base but at least half the weight is silver as its 'balance point' when held horizontally is at the narrow part of stem. So at least 134g of silver here. Comes with a glass flute too.