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Sheffield 1932 solid silver golf spoon by WALKER AND HALL, very good makers.
Sheffield 1932 English hallmarked solid silver spoon with crossed golf clubs and ball on the terminal. Very nice for the person who plays golf, or the spoon collector.
Size-4 3/8 inches long
Weight-15 grams.
In very good condition and very good quality.
One of 3 matching spoons available. See listings.
Can also be sold as a pair or set of three if desired.
Ref: 0527
Price: £25




Sheffield 1933 solid silver golf spoon by WALKER AND HALL, very good makers.
Sheffield 1933 English hallmarked solid silver spoon with crossed golf clubs and ball on the terminal. Very nice for the person who plays golf, or the spoon collector.
Size-4 3/8 inches long
Weight-15 grams.
In very good condition and very good quality.
One of 3 matching spoons available. See listings.
Can also be sold as a pair or set of three if desired.
Ref: 4516
Price: £25




Birmingham 1909 solid silver shell bowled salt spoon.
Victorian English hallmarked solid silver small shell salt spoon.
Twisted stem with ball terminal, and delicately modelled shell bowl.
Size-1 7/8 inches long.
In very good condition.
We have many other single, pairs and other salt spoons, as well as salts in stock. Please see listings or contact us with your requirements.

Ref: 0948
Price: £25




Sheffield 1938 solid silver baby food pusher by Cooper Brothers and Sons.
Sheffield 1938 English hallmarked solid silver baby food pusher by Cooper Brothers and Sons.
Nice gift to commemorate the birth or Christening of a baby, or for a child's birthday.
Size-3.5 inches long by 1.25 inches wide.
Weight-20 grams.
In good condition with clear hallmarks.
Ref: 4733
Price: £25




Sheffield 1910 solid silver spoon with lovely feather edge engraving to stem.
Sheffield 1910 English hallmarked solid silver spoon with feather edge to stem.
Size-4 3/8 inches long.
Weight-15 grams.
In very good condition.
Ref: 0476
Price: £20




Birmingham 1906 solid silver spoon.
Birmingham 1906 very pretty English hallmarked solid silver spoon.
Size-4.5 inches long.
Weight-10 grams.
In very good condition.
Ref: 5443
Price: £18




Sheffield 1917 solid silver spoon by Copper Brothers and Sons.
Sheffield 1917 solid silver spoon with pretty fan detail to terminal of stem, by Cooper Brothers and Sons.
Size-4.25 inches long.
Weight-10 grams.
In very good condition.
Ref: 5400
Price: £18





18th/19thC George III period superb English hallmarked solid silver large 93 piece cutlery canteen for 12 people, including serving pieces, fitted within two wood cases.
1788-1823, George III period English hallmarked solid silver cutlery canteen or table service for 12 people, in the unusual and stylish Reeded Old English pattern, and including a large bone handled knife canteen.
This is a very well balanced and elegant canteen with great proportions, a rare find. All silver pieces were London made between 1788-1823, by very good makers, mainly by the famous William Eley and William Fearn and associates.
The canteen was owned by the same family for many years, and the silver is fitted into a period two tiered oak case. The hallmarks are clear, and there are no monograms or crests. The set comprises 64 solid silver pieces, plus 29 bone handled knives with carving set, or 93 pieces in total.
The 12 seven piece place settings comprise a solid siver dinner fork, dessert fork, table spoon, dessert spoon, teaspoon, and 4 silver serving pieces including a large basting/gravy spoon, a pair of sauce ladles and a long mustard ladle with gilded bowl. Complementary silver pieces are available in stock, which can be added to the canteen if desired.
In addition, included is a lovely and complementary set of 24 bone handled dinner and dessert knives with matching 5 piece carving set, made by famous makers Mappin and Webb and fitted into its own original wood case with key.
The breakdown of the pieces is as follows:
Dessert forks-all London 1815 by Wms. Eley and Fearn.
Dinner forks-6 London 1795 by George Smith (Fearn's apprentice) and
Wm. Fearn, 2 London 1814 by Eley and Fearn, 3 London 1818 by William Chawner (also associated with Eley and Fearn), and 1 London 1821 by Eley and Fearn.
Teaspoons are all made by Robert Peppin (specialist spoon maker). 11 London 1823 and 1 London 1820.
Dessert spoons are all made by Robert Peppin and are all London 1823.
Table spoons-2 London 1788 by Richard Crossley, 7 London 1814 by Eley and Fearn, and 3 London 1821 by Eley and Fearn.
The large gravy spoon is by Robert Peppin and is London 1823.
The mustard ladle is by Robert Peppin and is London 1822.
The sauce ladles are made by James Young and are London 1810.
Weight- 3560 grams.
The knife canteen is all Mappin and Webb, early 20th century.
Size-dinner fork 8 inches long, dessert fork 6.75 inches, table spoon 8.75 inches, dessert spoon 7.25 inches, teaspoon 5 7/8 inches. Dinner knife 9.75 inches and dessert knife 8.5 inches. The serving pieces sizes are gravy spoon 11.5 inches, sauce ladles 7.25 inches, mustard ladle 4 7/8 inches long. Carving set comprises two sizes of carving forks and knives, plus a knife steel.
This service is in very good condition with no damage or repairs to any pieces.
The pattern will blend with any other silver, china or crystal patterns. It is also a very prudent and practical investment with the soaring prices of silver in this economy. It will appreciate while it is used and admired.
Ref: 5612
This item has been sold





Sheffield 1932 wonderful quality solid silver cutlery canteen with lovely family crest, made by JAMES DIXON AND SONS, very good makers.
Sheffield 1932 English hallmarked solid silver table service canteen of cutlery made by James Dixon and Sons, very good makers.
The service contains 60 pieces including 6 eight piece place settings, plus 12 extra dessert forks. The canteen comprises 6 dinner forks, 18 dessert forks, 6 dessert spoons, 6 soup spoons, 6 fish forks, 6 fish knives, 6 bone handled dinner knives and 6 bone handled dessert knives (knives with stainless blades). Complementary sterling handled knives are available if you prefer, and any additional pieces required can be obtained.
The pattern is a very elegant variant of the Dubarry pattern with a charming family crest on all silver pieces. It has a wheat sheaf with a latin motto within a banner Dominus Providebit, meaning The Lord Will Provide. Our research shows this was a family motto of a Burton family, although other families may have used it as well.
Weight-2730 grams, not including knives.
Size-dinner knife 9 7/8 inches, dessert knife 8 1/8, fish knife 8 inches, dinner fork 7 7/8 inches, dessert fork 7.25 inches, fish fork 6 7/8 inches, soup spoon 7.25 inches, dessert spoon 7 3/8 inches.
It is unusual to get matching fish cutlery with antique silver canteens. It is also very handy to have the extra dessert sized forks to use for additional people or extra courses when entertaining. This greatly extends the capacity of the set by just added extra bone handled knives to work with the forks.
This is a lovely heavy gauged set of cutlery, by a very good maker, in very good condition, and is an excellent value.
The cutlery is stored in protective baize rolls.
This is a prudent investment in the present economy with the climbing value of solid silver, that can also be used and appreciated at the same time.
It makes a lovely wedding gift, sure to be used and loved through the generations.
China shown in the photos is for decoration only, and is not for sale.
Ref: 5607
This item has been sold





Circa 1890 fine quality solid silver 60 piece table service canteen of cutlery for 12 people by renowned maker POSEN.
Circa 1890, German hallmarked solid silver .800 table service canteen for 12 people by the firm of Posen, an excellent family firm in Frankfort, who also received the royal warrant. This firm, with their renowned staff of chasers and engravers, produced some of the finest silver in Germany.
The firm was founded in Frankfurt on the Main in 1869 by Brendina Wetzlar, the widow of Lazarus Jacob Posen, a silversmith and retailer of Polish descent. Under her direction, the firm became the largest supplier of Judaica in the late 19th century. Her son Jacob L. Posen joined the firm in 1880. In the 20th century the firm was under the direction of Brendina’s grandsons Jakob, Hermann and Moritz Posen, and closed early in the 20th century.
Made in the double struck (pattern on both sides) fiddle and thread pattern. The knife handles are .925 fine sterling. The canteen is heavy in weight and in very good condition, still having sharp points to bowls and tines. It must have had very gentle use in its lifetime.
The set is presented in five individual tarn proof rolls.
The service consists of 60 pieces total, comprising 12 settings of 5 pieces each including: large dinner knives, large dinner forks, dessert/soup spoons, dessert/salad forks, and teaspoons.
The knife blades are stainless steel.
One individual five piece place setting is shown in photo. There are 12 of these in the service.
Sizes-9.25 long knife, 8.25 inches long dinner fork, and 8.75 inches long dessert spoon.
Weight-2515 grams or over 5.5 lbs of silver, not including any weight at all for the sterling handled knives.
Weight for shipping-3.82 kilos.
All pieces are engraved with the initial "E" on one side only, which can be removed if desired.
A lovely large fine quality solid silver service for 12 people, very functional, and in very good condition. It is designed in a classic and elegant pattern that will match any other silver.
This is an excellent value for solid silver. With the continuous rise of solid silver prices in this economy, it is also a very prudent investment for the future.
Ref: 4683
This item has been sold



 
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