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SILVER
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Birmingham 1907 solid silver and cut glass dressing table bottle or jar.
Birmingham 1907 English hallmarked great quality solid silver and cut glass dressing table bottle. Made by Henry Perkins.
With striped engraving to top, this is a lovely bottle in very good condition.
Size-2.75 inches high by 1 5/8 inches diameter.
Suitable for dressing table or desk, and may be used as a tidy.
Many other dressing table jars are also available. See listings at www.serpentineantiques.co.uk.
Ref: 5496
Price: £39




19th century Continental very good quality unusual solid silver condiment spoon in serpent form.
19th century Continental .830 fine solid silver condiment spoon in serpent form.
The stem is in a serpent design, while the bowl is a shovel shape.
Size-3.75 inches.
A long, heavy and unusual condiment spoon in very good condition.

Ref: 1054
Price: £38




Birmingham 1902 solid silver spoon depicting the game of bowls, made by A. J. Bailey, in wonderful condition.
Birmingham 1902 English hallmarked solid silver spoon depicting the game of bowls, having a cast terminal showing several bowlers at play, over a cast and feathered stem. This terminates in a pointed bowl having a feathered tail to the reverse side. It was made by A. J. Bailey.
A wonderful spoon for the collector or the bowls enthusiast.
The size and craftsmanship make this a very nice presentation piece as a gift.
Size-4 5/8 inches long by 1 inch wide.
Weight-15 grams.
A lovely antique spoon in great condition. It appears to have never been used.
Ref: 0542
Price: £38




London 1912 solid silver large salt spoon.
London 1912 English hallmarked solid silver large salt spoon in the Old English pattern, made by Johnson, Walker and Tolhurst.
A nice large spoon with the original pale gilding to the bowl.
Size-4 inches long by 1 1/8 inches wide.
Weight-15 grams.
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: 5896
Price: £38





Unusual solid silver golf themed pierced stem spoon.
Sheffield 1960 English hallmarked solid silver unusual spoon with lovely pierced stem.
Made by Poston Products.
This interesting spoon is an unusual design with a shapely pierced stem containing the initials of a golf club R S G C. The bowl is engraved RSGC September Greensomes 1961 Mrs. J. Corsie and Mrs. J. O. McCallum.
It was obviously a valued prize, appearing never to have been actually used.
Size-4 3/8 inches long by 7/8 inches wide.
Weight-12 grams.
A lovely spoon made in a good gauge of silver, for the golf aficionado or the spoon collector, in very good condition.
Ref: 6189
Price: £38




Sheffield 1920 solid silver pair of sugar tongs with elegant design.
Sheffield 1920 English hallmarked solid silver sugar tongs with elegant shaped and threaded design to stems and bowl shaped nips.
Size-3.75 inches long.
Weight-20 grams.
Pretty tongs in very good condition.
Ref: 0406
Price: £38




Birmingham 1918 solid silver spoon of Scottish interest, Burgh of Kingussie, in the Scottish highlands.
Birmingham 1918 very nice English hallmarked solid silver spoon of Scottish interest for the Burgh of Kingussie, (pronounced King-you-sea), a lovely town within Cairngorms National Park, in the Scottish highlands. Kingussie, (Gaelic: Ceann-ل-Ghuibhsaich: the head of the pinewood) is the traditional capital of Badenoch, the area of the upper Spey Valley in the Heart of the Scottish Highlands.
Both the gaelic and English names surround the lovely Kingussie crest.
The cast silver terminal leads to a beautifully split stem over a pointed bowl.
Made by Robert Chandler.
Size-4 3/8 inches long by 1 inch wide.
Weight-15 grams.
In very good condition, and very functional, this would appeal to both collectors of spoons and Scottish silver.
Two matching spoons are available, sold separately.
Ref: 3082
Price: £35




Birmingham 1918 solid silver spoon of Scottish interest, Burgh of Kingussie, in the Scottish highlands.
Birmingham 1918 very nice English hallmarked solid silver spoon of Scottish interest for the Burgh of Kingussie, (pronounced King-you-sea), a lovely town within Cairngorms National Park, in the Scottish highlands. Kingussie, (Gaelic: Ceann-ل-Ghuibhsaich: the head of the pinewood) is the traditional capital of Badenoch, the area of the upper Spey Valley in the Heart of the Scottish Highlands.
Both the gaelic and English names surround the lovely Kingussie crest.
The cast silver terminal leads to a beautifully split stem over a pointed bowl.
Made by Robert Chandler.
Size-4 3/8 inches long by 1 inch wide.
Weight-15 grams.
In very good condition, and very functional, this would appeal to both collectors of spoons and Scottish silver.
Two matching spoons are available, sold separately.
Ref: 3083
Price: £35




Sheffield 1932 solid silver spoon with golf interest 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 spoon with golf interest 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



 
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