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Vintage & antique silver plate & cutlery upcoming news

Work in Progress - last updated 21:53GMT 20th February 2018

Last update was Bulk lots of cutlery & flatware - antique & vintage on Sunday 4th February at 21:00GMT.
View the latest additions on the 'NEWLY ADDED' page.

Next Updates: 21:00GMT each day:
Wednesday 21st February: Sterling Silver Cruets & Cutlery etc (part 1). To include some beautiful Georgian & later salt & mustard pots and a rare collection of salt shovels etc. List below.
Sunday 25th February: Selected Silver Plated tableware (part 1). To include some teaware, trays, a fabulous & unusual gravy spoon warmer, beautiful Victorian vertical toast rack etc.
Wednesday 28th February: Sterling Silver Cruets & Cutlery etc (part 2). To include many more cruet set pieces, pairs of salt pots, Chinese export silver large pill box etc
Sunday 4th March: Selected Silver Plated tableware (part 2)

Preview photos for 21st February below:

DOUBLE ENDED MARROW SCOOP - STERLING SILVER - SHEFFIELD 1995 Item #49961
A lovely sterling silver double-ended marrow scoop by Francis Howard, fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1995. No damage GBP79.99

GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TODDY LADLE - LONDON 1807 - BALEEN HANDLE - ANTIQUE Item #49962
A George III sterling silver toddy ladle fully hallmarked for London 1807, makers mark just a partially stamped letter 'E'. Overall reasonable - has some historical resoldering of the handle mount with the bowl, slight rim knocks. Handle has some slight scuffs. GBP49.99

BATEMAN LARGE BOWLED SAUCE LADLE - LONDON 1797 - STERLING SILVER ANTIQUE Item #49963
A sterling silver larger sized sauce ladle by Peter & Anne Bateman, fully hallmarked for London 1797. Monogrammed with a single initial 'M'. Has a shallow bowl dent and a few small bowl knocks. Overall quite reasonable. GBP44.99

FINE BRIGHT CUT SUGAR NIPS - STERLING SILVER - LONDON 1836 - WILLIAM IV ANTIQUE Item #49964
A gorgeous pair of beautifully made sugar nips hallmarked for London 1836. Maker 'WP'. Monogrammed 'WJJ'. Excellent, no damage or repairs etc. GBP99.99

GORGEOUS STERLING SILVER BRIGHT CUT SARDINE FORK - A.J.BAILEY 1895 ANTIQUE Item #49965
A sterling silver 5 pronged sardine fork with beautiful bright cut chased decoration. fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1895 and made by A.J. Bailey. Overall good, there is a historical 'solder' type mark to the rear side of handle but no equivalent area to front of handle so has probably been there since it was made. GBP29.99

STERLING SILVER LEMON FORK - ROBERTS & BELK SHEFFIELD 1899 - VICTORIAN ANTIQUE Item #49966
A lovely lemon fork by Roberts & Belk, fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1899. Minor surface marks & a small scratch to top of handle area at front. GBP19.99

BEAUTIFUL STERLING SILVER CHILDS SPOON - MARTIN HALL - VICTORIAN 1886 ANTIQUE Item #49967
A fine and heavy gauge sterling silver childs spoon by Martin, Hall & Co, fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1886. Very good, some minimal bowl tip wear, no dents. Probable historical monogram erasure to front of handle but very well done and not very noticeable (see photos). GBP29.99

BEAUTIFUL STERLING SILVER EGG SPOON - SHEFFIELD 1895 - ANTIQUE VICTORIAN Item #49968
A very fine looking sterling silver egg spoon by Lee & Wigfull (Henry Wigfull), fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1895. No dents or damage. GBP24.99

FIDDLE THREAD SHELL LARGE MUSTARD SPOON - STERLING SILVER 1827 - REGENCY ANTIQUE Item #49969
A Regency period sterling silver larger sized mustard spoon in the Fiddle Thread and Shell pattern, fully hallmarked for London 1827, maker I.B. No monograms. Overall good, makers marks part rubbed and slight rub to the shell husk area. GBP24.99

INITIAL 'R' FIDDLE PATTERN SALT SPOON - STERLING SILVER - 1839 BATEMAN & BALL Item #49970
A good sterling silver fiddle pattern salt spoon with gilt washed bowl. Made by William Bateman & Daniel Ball and fully hallmarked for London 1839. Monogrammed with a single initial 'R'. Fine, no damage GBP21.99

CHAWNER FIDDLE PATTERN STERLING SILVER LARGE SALT SPOON - REGENCY ANTIQUE 1824 Item #49971
A very nice salt spoon by William Chawner II, fully hallmarked for London 1824. Larger than usual bowl area, nicely gilt washed to interior. No monograms. One tiny bowl knock otherwise fine with minor tarnish marks, quite lightly used. GBP19.99

GEORGE UNITE UNUSUAL PATTERN SALT SPOON - STERLING SILVER - ANTIQUE 1877 Item #49972
A nice looking and unusual pattern salt spoon by George Unite, fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1877. Minor surface marks, possible historical erasure of a monogram to handle but equally could just be some surface marks. There is a good historical repair of the bowl to handle, only visible from rear side of bowl via a thin solder line, invisible right side up. GBP17.99

CURVED HANDLE LONG SALT SPOON - STERLING SILVER - LONDON 1810 GEORGIAN ANTIQUE Item #49973
A lovely looking long handled master salt spoon with an overall 'swan neck' profile. Bears partial hallmarks for London 1810, maker Richard Crossley & George Smith IV. No monograms. Gilt washed bowl interior. Very good, just the gentlest of tiny knocks to bowl underside. Slight wear to the gilt wash from use. GBP24.99

ELEGANT LONG HANDLED MUSTARD SPOON - STERLING SILVER - ANTIQUE 1912 Item #49974
A good looking 'modernist' style spoon by Synyer & Beddoes, fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1912. No dents or damage. GBP23.99

BRIGHT CUT OLD ENGLISH SHOVEL SALT SPOON - GEORGIAN 1787 - STERLING SILVER Item #49975
A lovely spoon by George Smith (III) & William Fearn bearing partial hallmarks for London 1787. Monogrammed with a single initial 'P'. Some slight wear to the pattern and marks from use. GBP29.99

INCUSE DUTY MARK STERLING SILVER SALT SHOVEL SPOON - LONDON 1784 GEORGIAN Item #49976
A George III sterling silver salt shovel by Thomas Northcote bearing partial hallmarks for London 1784 and incuse duty mark. No monograms. Has a historical re-strengthening repair to handle but it is not that obvious GBP24.99

BATEMAN STERLING SILVER SALT SHOVEL SPOON - LONDON 1802 - GEORGIAN ANTIQUE Item #49977
A sterling silver salt shovel bearing partial hallmarks for London 1802. No monograms. Almost certainly Peter, Anne & William Bateman makers mark but very rubbed. Makers marks are very rubbed but almost certainly PB/AB/WB, otherwise good with some surface marks. GBP29.99

BATEMAN STERLING SILVER SALT SHOVEL SPOON - LONDON 1797 - GEORGIAN ANTIQUE Item #49978
A sterling silver salt shovel bearing partial hallmarks for London 1797, maker Peter & Anne Bateman. No monograms. Some slight tarnish marks but overall good. GBP34.99

STERLING SILVER SALT SHOVEL SPOON - LONDON 1790 - GEORGIAN ANTIQUE Item #49979
A sterling silver salt shovel bearing partial hallmarks for London 1790. Monogrammed with a single initial 'S'. Nice shape to the bowl. Makers marks are rubbed, otherwise good. GBP29.99

STERLING SILVER SALT SHOVEL SPOON - LONDON 1799 - GEORGIAN ANTIQUE Item #49980
A sterling silver salt shovel bearing partial hallmarks for London 1799, maker William Eley & William Fearn. No monograms. Has a historical good handle re-strengthening repair. One tiny pinprick sized shallow bowl knock. Makers marks are part rubbed. GBP19.99

STERLING SILVER SALT SHOVEL SPOON - LONDON 1837 - DOG ARMORIAL CRESTED ANTIQUE Item #49981
A sterling silver salt shovel fully hallmarked for London 1837. Has an armorial crest device of what appears to be a harnessed greyhound / dog head. Makers marks are rubbed and has feint erased engraving around the hallmarks, probably an owners name. GBP24.99

STERLING SILVER SALT SHOVEL SPOON - BOTTOM MARKED - c. 1760 GEORGIAN ANTIQUE Item #49982
A sterling silver salt shovel c. 1760 bearing just double stamped makers marks to lower of handle. Looks to be the mark of John Muns. Monogrammed to rear of handle with 'H.C'. Good, minor bowl digs GBP39.99

STERLING SILVER SALT SHOVEL SPOON - LONDON 1846 - VICTORIAN ANTIQUE Item #49983
A sterling silver salt shovel fully hallmarked for London, date letter is probably the 1846 letter 'L'. No makers marks. Has a historical handle re-strengthening repair. The apparent small knocks to bowl interior have always been there since it was hallmarked, as they correspond with the hallmarks to rear side of bowl. GBP19.99

EXETER 1859 JOHN STONE STERLING SILVER SALT SPOON - FIDDLE PATTERN - INITIAL 'R' Item #49984
A sterling silver fiddle pattern larger sized salt spoon by John Stone, fully hallmarked for Exeter 1859. Monogrammed with a single initial 'R'. No damage, some tarnish marks. GBP21.99

EXETER 1863 JW STERLING SILVER SALT SPOON - FIDDLE PATTERN - INITIAL 'R' Item #49985
A sterling silver fiddle pattern larger sized salt spoon by Josiah Williams & Co, fully hallmarked for Exeter 1863. Monogrammed with a single initial 'R'. No damage GBP21.99

EXETER 1837 JOHN OSMENT STERLING SILVER SALT SPOON - FIDDLE PATTERN Item #49986
A sterling silver fiddle pattern larger sized salt spoon by John Osment, fully hallmarked for Exeter 1837. Monogrammed with 'EG' A pinhead sized gentle bowl knock and some surface marks from use. GBP23.99

HESTER BATEMAN STERLING SILVER SALT SPOON - LONDON 1788 Item #49987
A larger salt spoon by Hester Bateman, no monograms and bearing partial hallmarks for London 1788. Hallmarks part rubbed but legible, spoon in overall fine condition for age. GBP39.99

STERLING SILVER LARGER MUSTARD SPOON - JOSIAH WILLIAMS LONDON 1909 - ANTIQUE Item #49988
A good sterling silver Old English pattern mustard spoon by Josiah Williams & Co, fully hallmarked for London 1909. No monograms. A nice size. No damage, some tarnish marks. GBP19.99

STERLING SILVER SNUFF SPOON TONG CONVERSION - LONDON 1916 ANTIQUE Item #49989
A nice looking snuff spoon that was well converted from a dainty pair of sugar tongs probably soon after manufacture. Hallmarked for London 1916, no makers marks. Bright cut floral work to rear of the handle. No dents or damage. GBP15.99

BEAUTIFUL LARGE MUSTARD POT - STERLING SILVER BARKER BROS 1904 - ANTIQUE Item #49990
A really exceptionally good looking mustard pot by Barker Bros, fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1904. With its original green glass liner. A beautiful shape being overall elongated hexafoil. No problems, assay office mark is rubbed but it will be Birmingham. Liner fine! Silver weight is 47g. GBP74.99

GEORGE III 1770 STUNNING SALT CELLAR POT - STERLING SILVER - FRANCIS SPILSBURY Item #49991
A fabulous condition large sterling silver salt pot by Francis Spilsbury II, fully hallmarked for London 1770. Monogrammed 'AF'. Stunningly good for its near 250 year age! Some minor verdigris to inside of its frame hidden by the glass liner. Hallmarks are edged stamped, so only partially visible. Silver weight is 64g. GBP119.99

LARGE STERLING SILVER SALT CELLAR POT - JOSIAH WILLIAMS - LONDON 1904 ANTIQUE Item #49992
A beautiful larger sized salt pot by Josiah Williams & Co fully hallmarked for London 1904, with original Bristol blue glass liner. No monograms. Boat shaped body. Fine, minor tarnish marks only. Liner good. Silver weight is 60g. GBP59.99

CHESTER 1919 STERLING SILVER SALT POT - HASELER Item #49993
A good looking 'mid sized' pierced work sterling silver salt pot by Haseler Brothers (Edward John Haseler & Noble Haseler) , fully hallmarked for Chester 1919. Complete with blue glass liner. No damage, minor tarnish marks. Liner fine. Silver weight is 31g. GBP29.99

CHESTER 1909 INITIAL 'C' STERLING SILVER MUSTARD POT - ANTIQUE Item #49994
A good looking sterling silver mustard pot by Nathan & Hayes, fully hallmarked for Chester 1909. Monogrammed with a single initial 'C' to body. Blue glass liner. A couple of tiny knocks to lid and some minor tarnish marks. Initial 'C' appears to have been monogrammed over a previous erased engraving. Liner fine. Silver weight is 32g. GBP39.99

STERLING SILVER MUSTARD POT - BIRMINGHAM 1928 - VINTAGE Item #49995
A sterling silver mustard pot by Marson & Jones fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1928. Complete with blue glass liner. Has 2 'indents' to the lid caused by the hallmarking, not subsequent damage. Liner fine. Silver weight is 20g. GBP29.99

STERLING SILVER MUSTARD POT - DEAKIN & FRANCIS BIRMINGHAM 1903 - ANTIQUE Item #49996
A sterling silver mustard pot by Deakin & Francis with good looking pierced work body. Fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1903. Silver is fine with just a couple of miniscule lid rim knocks. Liner is not original and not quite the right size but makes it functional at least. Silver weight is 36g. GBP29.99

BEAUTIFUL ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER PEPPER POT - SHEFFIELD 1901 - ANTIQUE Item #49997
A lovely looking pierced work art nouveau period pepper pot by Henry Atkin (Atkin Bros), fully hallmarked for Sheffield 1901. Complete with blue glass liner. No damage. Silver weight is 35g. GBP29.99

NEAR MINT CONDITION GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TEASPOON - LONDON 1811 Item #49998
A really fine / near 'mint' condition teaspoon, looks like it has never been used yet it is over 200 years old! Bears partial hallmarks for London 1811, maker probably John Lias. No monograms. Appears to be unused. We have NOT polished this to preserve its natural state, any dark marks you see in photos are tarnish marks. GBP19.99

STERLING SILVER CARD CASE - CHESTER 1923 - VINTAGE Item #49999
A sterling silver card case by Stokes & Ireland fully hallmarked for Chester 1923. No monograms. Has a few small pinhead sized knocks & slight dent to lid corner, no significant dents. Slight surface marks. GBP49.99

VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER ALBERT CHAIN WITH T-BAR - BIRMINGHAM 1897 - ANTIQUE Item #50000
A good c. 12 inch long chunky Albert chain with t-bar - hallmarked for Birmingham 1897. All pieces lion passant stamped or hallmarked other than the small clasp section which is nickel. GBP149.99

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