Lot 1 EXETER-MADE FLATWARE:-A pair of Fiddle table spoons, initialled, by W.R. Sobey 1833, another by the same maker, same initials, 1836, another, initialled byJohn Stone 1862, a Fiddle sauce ladle by John Osment, 1839, another by Thomas Hart Stone, 1867 and another, initialled, by Thomas Byne 1853; the latter 5.4"" (13.4 cms) long; 12.8 oz
Lot 2 A VICTORIAN ORNATE SILVERGILT CHRISTENING KNIFE, FORK & SPOONcrested, in a lined & fitted case, the knife handle loaded, by R. Martin & E. Hall, London/Sheffield 1872; the case 9"" (23 cms) long; 2.95 oz weighable silver
Lot 8 A CASED SET OF SIX LATE 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN PARCEL GILT & NIELLO WORK COFFEE SPOONS, each with a prominent building on the back of the bowl, marks distorted, probably by Vasily Sikachev, Moscow c.1895; 4.1"" (10.4 cms) long; 2.9 oz
Lot 11 A VICTORIAN COLLECTED PART SERVICE OF OLD ENGLISH FLATWARE:-Six table spoons, six table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks by several makers, mixed dates, London 1845-1885, all engraved to match with two crests below an Earl's coronet; 33.8 oz (24)
Lot 12 A MIXED LOT:-A George III bright-cut basting spoon with a fluted bowl, a table spoon with a fluted bowl, two ""berry"" table spoons, a pair of George III Fiddle sauce ladles, a Victorian Scottish condiment ladle & a Danish Bernadotte pattern spoon by Georg Jensen; the latter 7.2"" (18.1 cms) long; 14.2 oz (8)
Lot 14 A CASED SET OF SIX COFFEE SPOONSwith coloured enamel terminals, by Tandy & Sons, Birmingham 1948 and a cased set of six coffee spoons with coloured enamel on the backs of the bowls by H.C. Davis, Birmingham 1961; 2.6 oz (2)
Lot 20 A LATE VICTORIAN CHRISTENING KNIFE, FORK & SPOONinitialled, by Messrs. Hutton & Sons Ltd., London 1896 (cased), a spoon & fork inscribed ""Venetia"" in a fitted case, and a cased set of six modern coffee spoons; 5.4 oz weighable silver 93)
Lot 22 A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH BRIGHT-CUT SUGAR TONGSinitialled, maker's mark ""?P"", Dublin c.1800 (no date letter) together with a pair of Edwardian Fiddle & Thread pattern sugar tongs and two butter knives; the Irish tongs 6"" (15.2 cms) long; 5.6 oz (4)
Lot 23 ROYAL ASSOCIATION:-A set of four George II/III Scottish table spoons, Old English pattern, each inscribed ""Prince William Henry""* on the front of the terminals, maker's mark ""AMc"" unascribed (struck twice), also town mark and ""S"" (backwards), Glasgow c.1760; 7.9 oz 94)*Prince William Henry (1743-1805), younger brother of Prince George (later King George III), was created Duke of Gloucester ...
Lot 24 AN INDIAN CREAM JUG & SUGAR BOWLprofusely chased flora & fauna, a Scottish table spoon with later ""berry"" decoration, a stainless steel & brass cheese corer by Sutherland Thomson & Co., a plated bread fork & a plated Stilton scoop; the jug 3.6"" (9 cms) high; 8.3 oz weighable silver (6)
Lot 25 A MATCHED SET OF TEN ANTIQUE IRISH TEA SPOONSFiddle & Shell pattern, crested*, various makers & dates and a set of six Irish egg spoons, Fiddle Thread & Shell pattern, also crested to match, by P. Weekes, Dublin 1837; 13.8 oz (16)*Baron's Coronet & crest of Nugent.
Lot 26 A CASED PAIR OF ART DECO NAPKIN RINGSa cased pair of late Victorian grape shears by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1900, and a cased set of six mounted steel orange peelers by Messrs. Hutton, Sheffield 1905; the latter items 5.9"" (15 cms) long; 6.4 oz weighable silver (3)
Lot 27 A SET OF ELEVEN WILLIAM IV IRISH FIDDLE RATTAIL TEA SPOONScrested*, by James Le Bass, Dublin 1830 and a set of eight Irish Fiddle egg spoons, crested, by Thomas Farley or Farnett, Dublin 1830; 12.2 oz (19)*Earl's Coronet and crest of Nugent.
Lot 28 BY GEORG JENSEN:-A modern Danish Acorn pattern fish serving knife (stainless steel blade) and an Acorn pattern fruit serving spoon; the latter 7.9"" (20.1 cms) long together with a modern chain bracelet; 2.4 oz weighable silver by Tiffany & Co. and a tubular box by Links of London; the latter 5"" (12.7 cms) long; 63 oz weighable silver (4)
Lot 30 A SET OF SIX SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE TABLE SPOONScrested*, by James Pirie of Aberdeen with three additional marks (thistle, device, anchor), 1820-30; 10 oz (6)*Earl's Coronet & crest of Nugent.
Lot 31 SIX VARIOUS SCOTTISH TODDY LADLES(two pairs & two singles), all except one initialled, by various makers, Edinburgh & Glasgow, mixed dates 1809-1836 and a set of eleven Scottish Oar pattern tea spoons, initialled, maker's mark ""WA"" Edinburgh 1810; 10.8 oz (18)
Lot 32 A MIXED LOT:-A pair of George III Old English pattern dessert spoons, initialled ""P"", a preserve spoon by Walker & Hall and six matching small items with ""Celtic"" stems and terminals; the preserve spoon 6"" (15 cms) long; 6.25 oz (9)
Lot 34 SCOTTISH FLATWARE:-A table spoon, initialled, by William Scott of Dundee c.1780, a pair of sugar tongs, initialled, by John Glenny of Montrose 1820-30 and a set of four tea spoons, initialled by James Douglas of Dundee 1800-1810; 6.95 oz (7)
Lot 35 FIDDLE PATTERN:-A set of six dessert forks and two dessert spoons, crested, by John Stone, Exeter 1844 together with five other various dessert spoons & two table spoons, crested and a pair of sugar tongs, initialled; 23.3 oz
Lot 37 A MIXED LOT:-A set of five George III Old English pattern table forks, crested, by Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1801, a pair of Exeter-made dessert forks, initialled, a pair of George III dessert spoons, a single table soon, crested, a pair of table spoons, initialled, by S. Hayne & D. Cater, London 1853 and a Feather-Edge dessert spoon; 21.6 oz (13)
Lot 38 CONDIMENT SPOONS:-A set of four George III Old English Thread & drop salt spoons with chased stems, by William Sumner, London 1784, a set of three George III Scottish salt spoons, another similar to match, all initialled ""M"" and ten other various spoons, some crested, some initialled; 5.5 oz (18)
Lot 39 TWELVE VARIOUS GEORGE III IRISH BRIGHT-CUT & STAR TABLE SPOONSsome initialled ""WMN"" on the drop, all crested*, mixed makers & dates, Dublin 1792-1805; 21.6 oz (12)*Earl's Coronet & crest of Nugent.
Lot 40 A SET OF SIX GEORGE III IRISH FIDDLE TABLE FORKScrested*, by George Nangle, Dublin 1810, a set of six Irish Fiddle dessert spoons, initialled ""WMN"" on the drop & crested, by J. Power, Dublin 1805, also crested to match; 21.8 oz (12)*Earl's Coronet & crest of Nugent.
Lot 42 EIGHT VARIOUS ANTIQUE IRISH FIDDLE TABLE SPOONScrested to match*, various makers & dates, Dublin 1805-1834 and three other antique Fiddle table spoons, crested; 25.8 oz (11)*Baron's Coronet & crest of Nugent.
Lot 43 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN IRISH FIDDLE EGG SPOONScrested*, maker's mark ""J.S"", Dublin 1840/41 together with four other Irish egg spoons, two butter knives & three salt spoons, all crested; 9.7 oz (15)*Baron's Coronet & crest of Nugent.
Lot 44 AN EDWARDIAN PART CANTEEN OF LANCASTER PATTERN FLATWARE INCLUDING:-Eight table spoons, eight table forks, eight dessert spoons,eight dessert forks, three tea spoons, three large table or serving spoons,one sauce ladle & one basting spoon,by H. Atkin, Sheffield 1908, together with a cased set of six non-matching coffee spoons by another maker, Sheffield 1938; 83.3 oz (41)*Crest of Savill.
Lot 45 A GEORGE III TABLE SPOON & A MALTESE TABLE SPOON(both converted to ""berry"" spoons with chasing & gilding) and a pair of Edwardian ""berry"" table spoons with gilt bowls, by Messrs. Hutton & Son, London 1901/02, all of the above crested to match; the latter pair 8.75"" (22.3 cms) long; 9.75 oz (4)
Lot 46 A PAIR OF GEORGE III PROVINCIAL OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SALT SPOONS initialled ""O"", by Thomas Ollivant of Chester, with London marks for 1800 and a George II mote spoon; the latter 5.1"" (13 cms) long; 0.85 oz (3)
Lot 47 A PAIR OF RARE GEORGE III ""PATENT"" TEA SPOONSOld English pattern, initialled ""B"" over ""W&R"", by William Darby, Sheffield 1785; 0.9 oz (2)*William Darby patented a method for manufacturing spoons & other articles using a die-stamping method - an early form of mass production, which met with little success in the 18th century. Surviving spoons/articles are therefore rare.
Lot 48 SALT SPOONS:-A rare spoon with stem cast as a leg bone by E.H. Stockwell, London 1877, a pair of George II / III spoons with mask terminals, and another naturalistic example with a flower head bowl, maker's mark unclear, London 1832; the latter 4"" (10 cms) long; 1.5 oz (4)
Lot 49 SALT SPOONS:-A pair of Victorian novelty salt spoons with riding crop stems, maker's mark unclear, London 1891, a pair of George III ""coffin end"" salt spoons, initialled, by T. Wallis, London 1807, a pair of George II/III salt shovels, crest and two other condiment spoons, crested; the ""coffin ends"" 3.6"" (9.2 cms) long; 2.25 oz (8)
Lot 50 A MIXED LOT:-Two ""hooked"" jam spoons, five various George III tea spoons, two table spoons, three antique dessert spoons, a Victorian King's pattern tea spoon, a table fork, a dessert fork, a pair of regimental salt spoons, a Fiddle mustard spoon & a Scottish provincial tea spoon; 22.5 oz (lot)