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 super quality set of fish eaters by William Marshall fully hallmarked for Edinburgh 1869. Very heavy gauge silver. Finely decorated handles incorporating a small crest of a demi-lion rampant holding an anchor.
An unusual pair of serving spoons in Windsor pattern with exceptionally large bowls (9cm long by 5.7cm wide). Fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1942, maker E I & A I. In original Prestons of Bolton fitted case. Pictured next to a standard tablespoon for size comparison purposes.
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 cased 3 piece cruet set of larger proportions, made by PH Vogel and Fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1984. Spoon is by C Robathan & Son also 1984. Plastic stoppers to the undersides of the salt and pepper pots. Mustard pot has blue glass liner.
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.