A group of 3 small sterling silver frames sold together, each has an easel back. Smaller rectangular is by PJP, Birmingham 1994, larger rectangular is by Kitney & Co, London 1995 and circular one is Sydney & Co Birmingham 1907.
A pair of larger sized Swiss dessert spoons (pretty much the size of a UK tablespoon) just bearing marks for H. Hess (presumed retailer of the spoon). No monograms. Untested, so sold as white metal but they are silver.
A pair of larger sized Swiss dessert spoons (pretty much the size of a UK tablespoon) bearing marks for Helbling & a makers mark of 'H' stamped twice (Geneva .833 standard followed this convention early c.19th). They are monogrammed to rear of handle with what appears to be 'JH and 'ED'. Sold as white metal.
A lovely pair of child's feeding spoon & food pusher, the terminals in the form of a hare and hound, each standing on rear legs. Heavy gauge silver, made by Saunders & Mackenzie, both fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1948, and in Mappin & Webb presentation case.