CATALOG OF STERLING SILVER ITEMS





















PETER MARKHAM







CONTENTS

Condiments - Casters

Geo II silver caster - John White - 1731

Pair of silver casters - Samuel Wood - 1745

George III sugar caster - Robert Tyrrill - 1764

George III pepper - Jabez Daniell and James Mince - 1769 - 1770

Georgian solid silver spice caster - Jabez Daniell and James Mince - 1769

George III muffineer - Thomas Daniell - 1775 to 1804

George III caster of baluster form - Thomas Daniell 1782

Matched pair of George III pepper pots - John Emes - 1801

George III baluster caster - Peter, Ann, William Bateman - 1802

George III silver pyriform caster - Thomas Meriton - 1802

Edwardian caster - S W Smith and Co - 1901

Pepperette of baluster form - William Hutton

Edwardian pepperette of bulbous form - William Hutton, Birmingham - 1910

George VI octagonal caster - Edward Viner - Sheffield 1938

George VI pepper caster - Richard Comyns - 1939

Condiments - Condiment spoons

Pair of George III saltspoons - Thomas Chawner c. 1780

Salt spoon - Peter and Anne Bateman - 1791

Pair of mustard spoons - Eley and Fearn 1805

Pair of mustard spoons - Eley and Fearn - 1807

Condiments - Cruet sets

Boxed cruet set - A.C. and Sons - 1962

Condiments - Mustard pots

Georgian Mustard Pot - unidentified maker - 1802

Condiments - Salts

Pair of Geo I trencher salts - James Rood - 1719

Pair of Cauldron salts - David Hennell I - 1739

Pair of Cauldron salts - David Hennell I - 1748

Pair of oval cauldron salts - Robert and David Hennell 1764

Pair of George III open salts - David and Robert Hennell - 1765

A pair of George III Scottish navette salts - Walter and Patrick Cunningham

Pair of Geo III boat salts - Robert Hennell - 1789

Pair of pierced navette salts - Peter and Anne Bateman - 1796

Pair of Geo III rectangular salts - Joseph Angell I 1816

Pair of pedestal salts by William Eaton II - 1817

Pair of cauldron salts - Henry Holland - 1871

A pair of Victorian shell-shaped salts - William Henry Leather, Birm., 1897

Pair of basket-shaped salts made in Birmingham by William Vale and Sons in 1901.

George V 17th century style standing salt - Carrington and Co.

Geo V navette salts - Nathan and Hayes, Chester - 1914/5

Flatware and Cutlery - Other Patterns

Pair of sauce ladles - Eley and Fearn - 1801

A butter knife with ornate silver handle - Martin Hall 1856

Set of pistol-grip knives (7) and forks (8) - Harrison Bros - 1889/92

Boxed set of fruit knives and forks - Harrison Fisher 1905

Set of 12 silver table knives - Charles and Richard Comyns - 1916

Flatware and Cutlery - Queens Pattern

Pair of Victorian fish servers - Chawner and Co - 1855

Fish knives and forks - John Gilbert 1860 to 1875

Half-canteen - John Round - 1902

Queens Pattern Cheese knife - Harrison Bros - 1984

Miscellaneous - Christening mug

Christening mug - Joseph Gloster 1910

Miscellaneous - Communion jug

Communion jug - Jones and Willis - 1909/1910

Miscellaneous - Trays, Salvers and Waiters

George III silver waiter - Richard Rugg I - 1762

Victorian / Edwardian salver - Goldsmiths and Silversmiths - 1901

Miscellaneous - Vinaigrette

Geo III silver vinaigrette with gilded interior - John Death 1805

Table Accessories - Bonbon basket

Bon bon basket - Old Sheffield Plate - c. 1800

Table Accessories - Butter dish

Scallop butter dish - Searle and Co 1904

Table Accessories - Cruet sets

George III silver condiment stand

Table Accessories - Knife rests

Knife rests - Edward Capper - 1815

Table Accessories - Porringer

William III Britannia standard silver porringer - William Andrews - 1698

Late Victorian porringer - Daniel and John Wellby - 1897

Table Accessories - Sauce boat

George II sauce boat - David Hannell - 1751

Table Accessories - Tazze

Edwardian pair of tazze - Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater - 1907

Table Accessories - Tea service

Early Victorian tea service - Joseph Angell II and John Angell - London 1839

Table Accessories - Warming dish

Warming dish with burner - Paul Storr - 1835

Tea Accessories - Caddy spoons

William IV Queens pattern tea caddy spoon - Taylor and Perry - 1830

Tea Accessories - Cream jugs

George III helmet shaped cream jug - Joshua Jackson 1784

George III helmet shaped cream jug - George Gray 1787

George III helmet-shaped cream jug - Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan - 1789

George III cream jug - no makers mark - 1791

George III helmet shaped cream jug - Alexander Field 1792

George III cream jug - Paul Storr - 1793

George III helmet shaped cream jug - John Mewburn 1795

William IV milk jug with gilded interior - Joseph and Albert Savory - 1837

Victorian cream or milk jug - William Gibson and John Langman - 1891

Tea Accessories - Mote spoons

Rat tail mote spoon - c. 1720

George III silver mote spoon - Jeremiah King - c. 1745

Tea Accessories - Sugar baskets and bowls

George III sugar basket - Robert Hennell I, London 1778.

Victorian sugar bowl - London 1845 - Robert Hennell III

Tea Accessories - Sugar nips

A pair of sugar nips

Tea Accessories - Sugar sifters

Victorian sugar sifter ladle

Tea Accessories - Sugar tongs

George II bright-cut sugar tongs - Hester Bateman - 1784

Bright cut silver sugar tongs - Peter and Ann B

George III bright-cut sugar tongs - William Bateman I - 1818

Tea Accessories - Tea strainers

George III tea strainer - Eley and Fearn - 1801

Tea Accessories - Teapot stands

George III teapot stand - Charles Hougham - 1791

Teaspoons - Berry Spoons

Hanoverian pattern berry spoons - Stephen Adams I c. 1769

Old English pattern berry spoons - Langlands and Robertson, Newcastle c.1790

Teaspoons - Fancyback teaspoons

Flame scroll teaspoon - James Tookey - 1739 to 1755

Flat chased decoration teaspoon - Ebenezer Coker - c. 1750

Double-shell teaspoon - c. 1750

Apollo-front and shell-back - Unidentified maker - c. 1750

Shell back teaspoon - Philip Roker - c. 1750

Flower and scrolls back teaspoon - c. 1750

Hen-and-chicks back teaspoon - B.B - .c. 1750

Shell back teaspoon - Elizabeth Oldfield - 1750 to 1755

Acanthus leaf teaspoon - Ebenezer Coker - c. 1755

Foliate back teaspoon - James Tookey (set of 6) - c. 1755

Shell back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1760

Shell and scroll back teaspoon - Robert Burton - c. 1750

Tea plant teaspoon - Robert Sallam - c. 1760

Shell and garland teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse1 - c. 1760

British Heart and Oak Leaves back teaspoon - W L - c. 1760

Shell and twiddle teaspoon - William Withers - 1762 to 1763

I love Liberty back teaspoon - Philip Roker - c. 1765

Set of three Clam shell and scroll back teaspoons - c. 1765

Set of three Clam shell and scroll back teaspoons - c. 1765

Falstaff front teaspoon - Israel Devonshire - c. 1765

Rose back - Thomas Evans and George Smith - 1769 to 1762

Double-headed eagle picture back - Thomas Dealtry - c.1770

Basket of Flowers teaspoon - John Innocent - c. 1770

Shell back teaspoons - Richard Pargeter (set of 4) - c. 1770

Shell back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

Shell and stem back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

Shell and Scroll back teaspoon - Thomas Dene - c. 1770

Shell back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

Scroll back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

Shell and scroll back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

Shell and leaves back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

Flowers and ribbon teaspoon - William Chawner - c. 1770

Crowned leopards head teaspoon - William Skeen - c. 1770

Running stag teaspoon - William Turton - 1770

Galleon back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1770

Heron in reeds back - Thomas Wallis II - c. 1780

Scroll - Hester Bateman - c. 1770

Gilded Decorated Mask front and Decorated Heel back - Unknown - c. 1745

Cross-hatched Basket of Flowers - James Wilkes - c. 1750

Three shells teaspoon - ?H - c. 1750

Plenty and Wheatsheaf back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1760

Dove and Olive back teaspoon - Thomas Wallis I - c. 1760

Agricultural implements - W? - c. 1760

Vase of Flowers - James Tookey . C. 1760

Crowned Lion mask and scrolls - William Cripps - c. 1760

Spouting Whale - Nicholas Hearnden - c. 1760

Masonic symbols teaspoon - Thos and Wm Chawner - c. 1765

Bowl with a Flower teaspoon - Hester Bateman - c. 1775

Wheatsheaf and Flowers - William Collings - c. 1775

Teaspoons - Georgian plain spoons

Rat-tail teaspoon - (probably) Edward Jennings - c. 1725

George I rattail small spoon - R P - c. 1730

Cast front teaspoon - Thomas Jackson I - 1739 to 1755

Double-drop teaspoon - Benjamin Cartwright - c. 1755

Plain teaspoon - Thomas Tookey - c. 1760

Hanoverian teaspoon - Peter and Jonathan Bateman - c. 1790

Pair of Old English teaspoons by Peter and Jonathan Bateman - 1790

Set of nine teaspoons - Peter and William Bateman - 1811

Old English teaspoon - John Lias - 1815

Teaspoons - Post-Georgian teaspoons

Apostle spoon set - William Marshall - 1866

Rattail Apostle teaspoon. Twisted stem - Martin Hall - 1900

Single-struck dog-nose teaspoon - William Hutton - 1906

Commemorative single-struck teaspoon with arms of Torquay







Condiments - Casters

Geo II silver caster - John White - 1731
Dimensions: Height 17 cm Weight 288g
Marks: Makers mark in middle surrounded by date + Lion + Leopard struck twice in two separate places.
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1731
Smith: White, John
Provenance: Elmwoods Auctions
Date purchased: 20170923
Suppliers description: An antique George II Sterling Silver sugar castor by John White, London 1731. Of baluster form, on a circular, stepped foot, with removable domed lid featuring pierced decoration and surmounted by urn finial








Pair of silver casters - Samuel Wood - 1745
Dimensions: Height 15 cm
Marks: Makers mark Date + Leoparde + Lion
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1745
Smith: Wood, Samuel
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20170904
Suppliers description: A pair of casters with chased decoration and unusual piercing, by Samuel Wood, London 1745, inscribed on the base The Gift of Willm Hartiput to Susannah Sclater born ye 23rd of Feb 1741. Provenance: these casters, the property of the Earl of Warwick, were sold at Sothebys (London) on 5th June 1997 Lot 122.








George III sugar caster - Robert Tyrrill - 1764
Dimensions: Height - 23.5 cm Weight - 463 grams
Marks: Leopard + Lion + Date surrounding makers mark
Initials: JMB (later)
Crest: None
Date: 1764
Smith: Tyrrill, Robert
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20171101
Suppliers description: An unusual George III antique sterling silver sugar caster, London 1767 by Robert Tyrrill Of inverted baluster form on a single ornate base formed as scrolls within a gadrooned ring, the body with embossed and engraved spiral fluted decoration and foliage. The pierced cover of baluster form embossed with foliage and a baluster finial. The body with later initials JMB. Fully marked underneath and makers mark only to lid.








George III pepper - Jabez Daniell and James Mince - 1769 - 1770
Dimensions: Height 12cm. Weighs 68.49g
Marks: Date letter for 1769 or 1770 - makers mark partially overstruck by date stamp.
Initials: Script JS
Crest: None
Date: 1766 to 1775
Smith: Daniell, Jabez and Mince, James
Provenance: Bishop and Miller Auctions
Date purchased: 20180224
Suppliers description: George III silver pepper, assay marks unclear, maker Jabez Daniell and James Mince, of baluster form with a pierced top, 2oz








Georgian solid silver spice caster - Jabez Daniell and James Mince - 1769
Dimensions: Height 13.8 cm. Weight 103g
Marks: Lion + Date + Leopard around makers mark
Initials: A.G. (under base)
Crest: None
Date: 1769
Smith: Daniell, Jabez & Mince, James
Provenance: Silfren
Date purchased: 20170826
Suppliers description: Very good English Georgian solid silver spice caster with bead edge decoration, writhen finial, ring turned pedestal base and pierced and engraved decoration to the pull-off top. Original initials A.G engraved within the base. Correctly hallmarked to both top and base. Condition excellent, some micro bumps, a little rubbing to the bead edging.








George III muffineer - Thomas Daniell - 1775 to 1804
Dimensions: Height 12 cm. Weight 62g.
Marks: Makers mark + Date + Lion + Leopard. Cover unmarked.
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1775 to 1804
Smith: Thomas Daniell
Provenance: wentworthsilver
Date purchased: 20180809
Suppliers description: It is in very good condition with just minor usage. The pull-off top is beautifully pierced and fits tightly. Apart from the date letter the hallmarks are clear.








George III caster of baluster form - Thomas Daniell 1782
Dimensions: 13.5 cm, 75 g
Marks: makers mark + date + leopard + lion.
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1782
Smith: Daniell, Thomas
Provenance: Chorleys Auctions
Date purchased: 20141127
Suppliers description: A George III silver caster of baluster form, T Daniel, London 1782, 13.5cm (5.25 in) high, approximately 75gm








Matched pair of George III pepper pots - John Emes - 1801
Dimensions: Height 8.6 cm Weight 89g
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Duty
Initials: None
Crest: One engraved with the crest of a deers head erased above a coronet, the other with a feathered cap of maintenance
Date: 1801
Smith: Emes, John
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20171101
Suppliers description: A matched pair of George III antique sterling silver pepper pots, London 1801/03 by John Emes Each of ovoid form upon a singular circular pedestal foot, reeded edges throughout with a pierced domed lid. One engraved with the crest of a deers head erased above a coronet, the other with a feathered cap of maintenance. Fully marked underneath and marked to the lid with lion passant only.








George III silver pyriform caster - Thomas Meriton - 1802
Dimensions: Height 6 1/4 in. Weight 216g.
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1802
Smith: Meriton, Thomas
Provenance: nicolesb
Date purchased: 20170916
Suppliers description: A fantastic quality Georgian solid silver caster. In excellent condition.








George III baluster caster - Peter, Ann, William Bateman - 1802
Dimensions: Height 15 cm Weight 78g
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty. Makers mark + Lion on cover.
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1802
Smith: Bateman, Peter, Ann and Wiliam
Provenance: Hampstead Auctions
Date purchased: 20170905
Suppliers description: A George III silver baluster caster on square pedestal base, by Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London, 1802, with bead borders, 15 cm high wt 78g. Three small bruises to lower body, makers mark rubbed but legible on body, but clear inside cover on rim., needs gentle minor straightening to base to ensure it sits flush with flat surface








Edwardian caster - S W Smith and Co - 1901
Dimensions: Height 19 cm Weight 291g
Marks: Makers mark + other marks rubbed on body. On cover, makers mark + Lion + Date + Leopard
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1901
Smith: S W Smith and Co
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20180220
Suppliers description: An Edwardian silver caster, in the Queen Anne style, London 1901, by S W Smith and Co Of cylindrical form, with reeded girdle, the pull-off lid pierced and engraved with scrolls and lattice work, with wrythen finial, on a slightly domed gadrooned foot.








Pepperette of baluster form - William Hutton
Dimensions: Height 9.5 cm.
Marks: Makers mark + Crown + Lion + date letter (body) Makers mark + Lion + Date + Leopard on cover
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1905 and 1910
Smith: William Hutton and Sons Ltd
Provenance: Lawrences Auctions
Date purchased: 20161011
Suppliers description: Lot of condiments sale. This pepperette has a cover made by the same company, but assayed in London for the years 1905/6. The body is assayed Sheffield for the years 1910/11.








Edwardian pepperette of bulbous form - William Hutton, Birmingham - 1910
Dimensions: Height 8.5 cm.
Marks: Makers mark + Anchor + Lion + date letter (body). Lion + Date on cover
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1910
Smith: William Hutton and Sons Ltd
Provenance: Lawrences Auctions
Date purchased: 2016/10/11
Suppliers description: Lot of condiments sale.








George VI octagonal caster - Edward Viner - Sheffield 1938
Dimensions: Height 17cm. Weight 170g
Marks: Body: Makers mark + Crown + Lion + date letter. Cover: Makers mark + Lion + Date
Initials: Uninitialled
Crest: None
Date: 1938
Smith: Viner, Edward
Provenance: Bishop and Miller Auctions
Date purchased: 20180224
Suppliers description: George VI silver castor, Sheffield 1938, maker Edward Viner, the pierced top above a baluster body and stepped foot, 5.5oz








George VI pepper caster - Richard Comyns - 1939
Dimensions: Height 12 cm
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date on body Makers mark + Lion + Date on cover
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1939
Smith: Richard Comyns
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20180619
Suppliers description: George VI pepper caster in the eighteenth century taste with engraved and pierced decoration and a removable clear glass liner. London 1939 by Richard Comyns








Condiments - Condiment spoons

Pair of George III saltspoons - Thomas Chawner c. 1780
Dimensions: 10.5cm long, 25g combined weight
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: None
Crest: Elephants head coupe out of a coronet
Date: 1780 c.
Smith: Chawner,Thomas
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20150507
Suppliers description: Stock number 4673- a pair of Old English saltspoons with wriggle work borders and shell bowls made in London by Thomas Chawner circa 1780. They measure 10.5 cm in length and have a combined weight of 25g. They are of unusually good gauge and the engraving, both on the crest and the borders, is very crisp. The maker's mark is only legible on one spoon but the lion is easily legible on both. The crest on these saltspoons is only recorded as being used by one family- the Milnes family of Beckingham Hall, Nottinghamshire. These saltspoons are good examples and would be very suitable for use- the only caveat being that the bowls are not gilded so that they must not be left in the salt after the meal








Salt spoon - Peter and Anne Bateman - 1791
Dimensions: Dimensions
Marks: Lion + Date + Duty + Makers mark (reading towards terminal)
Initials: None
Crest: Unicorn head erased over coronet
Date: 1791
Smith: Bateman,Peter and Ann
Provenance: Blackwood Antiques
Date purchased: 20170620
Suppliers description: None








Pair of mustard spoons - Eley and Fearn 1805
Dimensions: Combined weight: 28.65g Length: 10.4cm
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Date + Duty. Lions cartouche has canted tops and rounded bottom. Two different journeymans marks.
Initials: None
Crest: Griffin / Phoenix with outstretched wings
Date: 1805
Smith: Eley, William
Provenance: Bearnes Hampton and Littlewood, Auctioneers, Exeter, Auction FS26
Date purchased: 20150421
Suppliers description: A pair of George II silver fiddle pattern mustard spoons, maker William Eley and William Fearn, London 1805, crested, together with a similar pair by the same maker, London 1807, total weight of silver 1.86 oz.








Pair of mustard spoons - Eley and Fearn - 1807
Dimensions: Combined weight: 29.20g Length: 10.4cm
Marks: Makers mark + Duty + Date + Lion. Lions cartouche has canted tops and ogee bottom. Same journeymans mark on both.
Initials: None
Crest: Griffin / Phoenix with outstretched wings
Date: 1807
Smith: Eley, William
Provenance: Bearnes Hampton and Littlewood, Auctioneers, Exeter, Auction FS26
Date purchased: 20150421
Suppliers description: A pair of George II silver fiddle pattern mustard spoons, maker William Eley and William Fearn, London 1805, crested, together with a similar pair by the same maker, London 1807, total weight of silver 1.86 oz.








Condiments - Cruet sets

Boxed cruet set - A.C. and Sons - 1962
Dimensions: 190g
Marks: Lion passant + leopards head + small g. Mustard spoon dates from 1963
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1962 and 1963
Smith: A.C. and Sons Ltd
Provenance: shiresantiques (281097901885)
Date purchased: 20130618
Suppliers description: For sale we have this lovely quality solid hallmarked sterling silver 3 piece cruet set. This superb set comes in its original fitted case and consists of a salt and pepper shaker and a mustard pot with spoon and blue glass liner. The set is of a very good quality size and weight. Each shaker measures 11cm/4 1/4 in tall with the mustard pot measuring 8 1/2cm/3 1/4 in tall by 5cm/2 in wide and the set has a combined silver weight of 190grams approx. The set is hallmarked for England, London, has the date letter for 1962 and the makers mark for A.C and Sons. The spoon has the date letter for the following year. The condition of the set is very good but they do have some age so show signs of use but nothing that spoils the look of the set.








Condiments - Mustard pots

Georgian Mustard Pot - unidentified maker - 1802
Dimensions: Gross Weight: > 100 gm, Height: 5.7 cm, Diameter: 8 cm
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1802
Smith: Unidentified
Provenance: Wilkinsons Auctioneers - Lot 284
Date purchased: 20150428
Suppliers description: A small Georgian silver Mustard Pot hallmarked London 1802 and decorated with embossed and chased flowers above a reeded base and pedestal foot. The hinged lid opening to reveal adark blue glass liner.








Condiments - Salts

Pair of Geo I trencher salts - James Rood - 1719
Dimensions: Width 8cm, Depth 6.5cm, Height 3cm. Weight 114g
Marks: One with Britannia + Lions head erased, underneath the makers mark. The other, clockwise in a circle Lion + Britannia + Makers mark + Date
Initials: R N M
Crest: None
Date: 1719
Smith: Rood, James
Provenance: the-fancy-fox-antiques
Date purchased: 20160907
Suppliers description: Britannia standard silver








Pair of Cauldron salts - David Hennell I - 1739
Dimensions: Width 68mm Height 33 mm Weight 52g
Marks: Clockwise in a circle Lion + Date + Leopard, with Makers mark in centre. The other, clockwise in a circle Lion + Leopard + Date, with makerrs mark in the centre.
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1739
Smith: Hennell I, David
Provenance: w_and_wantiques
Date purchased: 20160510
Suppliers description: Beautiful pair of George II silver salts made in London in 1739 by the renowned silversmith David Hennell . Some scratched markings to the underside of one salt, and slight pitting in one of the bowls.








Pair of Cauldron salts - David Hennell I - 1748
Dimensions: Width 7 cm Height 3.5 cm Weight 113.6g
Marks: Lion + Date pair with makers mark + Leopard underneath
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1748
Smith: Hennell I, David
Provenance: nibor612
Date purchased: 20160510
Suppliers description: A very nice matching pair of top quality David Hennell solid silver cauldron salts made by David Hennell I hallmarked London 1748. There are signs of repair to one leg on one salt.








Pair of oval cauldron salts - Robert and David Hennell 1764
Dimensions: Diameter 8.5cm. Weight 154g
Marks: One with clockwise in a circle Lion + Leopard + Date, makers mark in the centre, the other clockwise in a circle Date + unidentified + Makers mark.
Initials: Scripted H H R
Crest: None
Date: 1764
Smith: Hennell, Robert and David
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20160719
Suppliers description: Lot 106: Pair of Antique George III Sterling Silver salt cellars by Robert and David Hennell, London 1764. Of oval cauldron form with shaped, gadrooned borders, on four shell and hoof feet, with gilt interiors. Diameter 8.5cm / 3.3". Silver weight 154g / 4.95 troy oz.








Pair of George III open salts - David and Robert Hennell - 1765
Dimensions: Diameter 8cm Weight 133g
Marks: Date + Leopard + Lion clockwise with makers mark in centre
Initials: None
Crest: Lion passant holding branch
Date: 1765
Smith: Hennell, David and Robert
Provenance: Fellows Auctioneers
Date purchased: 20170508
Suppliers description: A pair of George III open salts, the oval scroll pierced openwork bodies, crested, with blue glass liners and standing on four ball and claw feet. Hallmarked David Hennell I and Robert Hennell I, London 1765.








A pair of George III Scottish navette salts - Walter and Patrick Cunningham
Dimensions: Dimensions
Marks: Marks are in an arc. One with Unidentified (probably Duty + Makers mark + thistle, the other with Duty + Makers mark + Thistle
Initials: Initials
Crest: None
Date: 1778 - 1807. (Derived from makers mark).
Smith: Cunningham, Walter and Patrick
Provenance: Rowleys Auctions
Date purchased: 20161108
Suppliers description: A pair of George III Scottish silver salts, hallmarked for Scotland, makers mark of William [sic] and Patrick Cunningham. Each of navette form, with reeded rim and scroll handles, standing on a similarly reeded spreading foot, both engraved with initials.








Pair of Geo III boat salts - Robert Hennell - 1789
Dimensions: Dim 14cm x 8cm x 5.8 (incl handles). Weight 185g
Marks: Clockwise in an arc, Duty + Date + Makers mark + Lion + Leopard
Initials: None
Crest: Sun under a coronet
Date: 1789
Smith: Hennell, Robert
Provenance: andy144
Date purchased: 20160908
Suppliers description: Boat salts








Pair of pierced navette salts - Peter and Anne Bateman - 1796
Dimensions: Height 5cm Depth 5cm Width 8cm Weight 75.3g
Marks: Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty + Makers mark
Initials: Unclear
Crest: None
Date: 1796
Smith: Bateman,Peter and Ann
Provenance: Blackwood Antiques
Date purchased: 20170620
Suppliers description: Fine pair of Bateman Solid Silver Georgian pierced oval silver salts with engraved decoration, each with blue glass liners. Very good condition with just a small chip on one of the blue liners. Both hallmarked for Peter and Anne Bateman, assayed in London 1796.








Pair of Geo III rectangular salts - Joseph Angell I 1816
Dimensions: Height 4cm width 10cm depth 7.5cm. Weight 270g
Marks: Lion + Leopard pair, with Date + Duty pair underneath, and Makers mark in the middle
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1816
Smith: Angell I,Joseph
Provenance: the-fancy-fox-antiques
Date purchased: 20160907
Suppliers description: Rectangular








Pair of pedestal salts by William Eaton II - 1817
Dimensions: 10cm diam, 5 cm height 394g weight
Marks: Lion + Leopard pair, with Date + Duty pair underneath, and makers mark in centre
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1817
Smith: Eaton, William II
Provenance: edenlady
Date purchased: 20160527
Suppliers description: A stunning pair of capitol salts made in London in 1817 by top maker William Eaton. They are the finest pair of salts by this maker I have seen, in fantastic condition with lovely light gilding to the interior.








Pair of cauldron salts - Henry Holland - 1871
Dimensions: Gross Weight: 156g (combined) Height: 4.5cm Width: 7cm (maximum span) Diameter of Mouth: 6cm
Marks: Lion + Leopard pair, with Date + Duty pair underneath, and makers mark in centre
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1871
Smith: Holland, Henry
Provenance: stdunstansilver
Date purchased: 20150118
Suppliers description: SN1478. The Salts have the following features : Early cauldron design Made from a good gauge of silver Ornately decorated in the rococo style Vacant cartouches Acanthus mounted 'hoof' legs Gilded interiors with good lustre Renowned maker in Henry Holland Genuine antiques at 144 years old CONDITION: In good condition. Light bruising to both cartouches is noticeable on close inspection








A pair of Victorian shell-shaped salts - William Henry Leather, Birm., 1897
Dimensions: Each salt 2 cm high, 5cm across 21g in weight
Marks: Makers mark + Assay + Date + Lion
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1897
Smith: William Henry Leather
Provenance: Nicholas Mellors Auctioneers
Date purchased: 20161208
Suppliers description: A pair of Victorian silver salt cellars in the form of two shells, gilded interiors, ball feet, together with a pair of shell form salt spoons, by William Henry Leather, Birmingham 1897 in blue silk and velvet lined case.








Pair of basket-shaped salts made in Birmingham by William Vale and Sons in 1901.
Dimensions: Width 87mm. Height 37mm. Total weight 30.4g.
Marks: Makers mark + Assay + Lion + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1901
Smith: William Vale and Sons
Provenance: emma_design
Date purchased: 20170618
Suppliers description: A delightful pair of small salt boats, beautifully decorated all over with flowers and foliage.








George V 17th century style standing salt - Carrington and Co.
Dimensions: Height 14cm Width 14cm Weight 497g
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leoopard + Date
Initials: Coronation 1911. The gift of the Skinners Company.
Crest: None
Date: 1910
Smith: Carrington and Co.
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20170407
Suppliers description: This is a copy of a 17th century standing salt dating to the reign of Charles II, these ceremonial table salts held a pivotal place on the contemporary dining table of the time and were often made a formal civic gifts or christening gifts. The four upturned supports to the top were used to support and cloth covering the salt while not in use.








Geo V navette salts - Nathan and Hayes, Chester - 1914/5
Dimensions: Width 9.5cm Height 3.8cm Weight 53.44g
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Assay + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1914 / 5
Smith: Nathan and Hayes
Provenance: Nicholsons Auctioneers
Date purchased: 20170427
Suppliers description: A SMALL PAIR OF BOAT SHAPED SILVER SALTS








Flatware and Cutlery - Other Patterns

Pair of sauce ladles - Eley and Fearn - 1801
Dimensions: 17cm long by 5.8 cm across. 110g the pair
Marks: makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty Same jouneymans mark on both.
Initials: DH
Crest: None
Date: 1807
Smith: Eley, William
Provenance: murrykin 301336706434
Date purchased: 20141012
Suppliers description: Pair of Old English sauce ladles. Single drop heel. Initialled DH.








A butter knife with ornate silver handle - Martin Hall 1856
Dimensions: L 19.7 cm Weight 47g
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Date + Assay + Duty - Crown + Lion + Duty + makers mark on handle
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1856
Smith: Martin Hall and Co, Sheffield and London
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141012
Suppliers description: This butter knife weighs 47 grams and measures 197mm in length. All hallmarks are clear on both blade and handle but the makers mark on the handle is blurred: the one on the blade is quite clear. The moulding is crisp throughout and there is no perceptible wear to the engraving on the blade. The only very small ding is to the high point on the handle, the vacant cartouche. There are no other blemishes of any kind.








Set of pistol-grip knives (7) and forks (8) - Harrison Bros - 1889/92
Dimensions: Knife length 20 cm. Weight 78.6g. Fork length 17 cm. Weight 62g.
Marks: Crown + Lion + Date + Makers mark (for 1892). Crown + Lion + Date + Duty + Makers mark (for 1889).
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1889 / 92
Smith: Harrison Bros
Provenance: Nicholsons Auctions
Date purchased: 20180627
Suppliers description: A SET OF SEVEN VICTORIAN PISTOL HANDLED KNIVES AND EIGHT FORKS. Sheffield 1889.








Boxed set of fruit knives and forks - Harrison Fisher 1905
Dimensions: Knife 31.20g length 17 cm. Fork 30.17g length 16 cm. Combined weight: 368.22g
Marks: Makers mark + Crown + Lion + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1905
Smith: Harrison Fisher of Sheffield
Provenance: Unknown
Date purchased: 19950231
Suppliers description: n/a








Set of 12 silver table knives - Charles and Richard Comyns - 1916
Dimensions: Length 9.5 in
Marks: Lion + Leopard + Date on one side, Makers mark on the other
Initials: R
Crest: None
Date: 1916
Smith: Charles and Richard Comyns
Provenance: Manhattan Art and Antiques Center
Date purchased: 20180612
Suppliers description: A set of 12 English silver knives with Rothschild Monogram. 9.5 inches. Property from the estate of Jane Rothschild.








Flatware and Cutlery - Queens Pattern

Pair of Victorian fish servers - Chawner and Co - 1855
Dimensions: Dimensions
Marks: Marks
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1855
Smith: Chawner and Co
Provenance: Ewbanks Auctions
Date purchased: 20180913
Suppliers description: Pair of Victorian silver Queen's pattern fish servers, with engraved decoration, by Chawner and Co., London, 1855, (filled handles).








Fish knives and forks - John Gilbert 1860 to 1875
Dimensions: Knife 22.5 cm 58.15g and Fork 19.5 cm 44.15g Combined weight: 962.7g
Marks: Date + Assay + Lion + Duty + Makers mark on knife blades and fork tines. Handles marked for Sheffield with Makers mark + Lion + Assay.
Initials: None
Crest: A mailed arm and clenched fist
Date: 1860 to 1875
Smith: Gilbert, John
Provenance: radzy_2210
Date purchased: 20130705
Suppliers description: An incomplete set of Queens Pattern fish knives and forks in a walnut case. There are 12 knives and 6 forks. Length: Knives 22.5cm. Forks 19.5cm. Knives - 58-60 grams each, forks 40-42 grams each. 6 knives and 6 forks are crested with a mailed arm and clenched fist








Half-canteen - John Round - 1902
Dimensions: Weight 2408g
Marks: Crown + Date + Lion + Makers mark
Initials: Gothic K
Crest: None
Date: 1902, dessert spoons 1904
Smith: Round, John
Provenance: Silfren
Date purchased: 20180416
Suppliers description: Superb Edwardian solid silver Queen's pattern thirty-two piece canteen comprising six each of table spoons, table forks, dessert spoons, dessert forks, teaspoons and pair of sauce or cream ladles, John Round, Sheffield, 1902.








Queens Pattern Cheese knife - Harrison Bros - 1984
Dimensions: 20.5cm
Marks: Makers mark + Rose + Lion + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1984
Smith: Harrison Bros
Provenance: 4948gavin
Date purchased: 20180624
Suppliers description: The knife is in great condition with nothing more than a few light surface scratches present








Miscellaneous - Christening mug

Christening mug - Joseph Gloster 1910
Dimensions: Height 12cm Diameter 11,38g 76.6g
Marks: Makers mark + Assay + Lion passant + Date.
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1910
Smith: Gloster, Joseph Ltd of Birmingham
Provenance: Family
Date purchased: n/a
Suppliers description: n/a








Miscellaneous - Communion jug

Communion jug - Jones and Willis - 1909/1910
Dimensions: Height 5.25 in Weight 9.5 oz
Marks: Full set
Initials: IHS
Crest: None
Date: 1909 / 1910
Smith: Jones and Willis Ltd.
Provenance: Gorringes Auctions
Date purchased: 20161201
Suppliers description: Communion jug








Miscellaneous - Trays, Salvers and Waiters

George III silver waiter - Richard Rugg I - 1762
Dimensions: Diameter 19 cm. Weight 247g
Marks: Date + Lion + Leopard + Makers mark
Initials: W
Crest: None
Date: 1762
Smith: Richard Rugg I
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20180619
Suppliers description: George III silver waiter, London 1762 by Richard Rugg I. Of shaped circular form, with shell and gadrooned rim, the centre later engraved with the iniitial W. Raised on three feet.








Victorian / Edwardian salver - Goldsmiths and Silversmiths - 1901
Dimensions: Height 1.8cm Width 17.5cm
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1901
Smith: Goldsmiths and Silversmiths
Provenance: ragstoriches2015
Date purchased: 20171222
Suppliers description: Pie-crust edge decorated with shells, sitting on three ball and claw feet. The salver is in excellent condition other than one very small ding which would be very easily taken out.








Miscellaneous - Vinaigrette

Geo III silver vinaigrette with gilded interior - John Death 1805
Dimensions: n/a
Marks: makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty
Initials: n/a
Crest: None
Date: 1805
Smith: Death, John
Provenance: Lawrences Auctioneers of Bletchingley, Lot 970 Sale APR2015
Date purchased: 20150428
Suppliers description: George III silver vinaigrette with gilded interior, 1805, makers mark ID








Table Accessories - Bonbon basket

Bon bon basket - Old Sheffield Plate - c. 1800
Dimensions: Width 17cm Height 5cm
Marks: Unmarked
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1800 c.
Smith: Unmarked
Provenance: batemansilver
Date purchased: 20170216
Suppliers description: A good Sheffield Plate swing-handled basket of oval form.








Table Accessories - Butter dish

Scallop butter dish - Searle and Co 1904
Dimensions: Weight: 102g
Marks: Lion + head + Date. The makers mark is rubbed, but the piece is stamped underneath with Searle and Co, Lombard Street
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1904
Smith: Searle and Co Ltd of London
Provenance: jochyra
Date purchased: 20140922
Suppliers description: n/a








Table Accessories - Cruet sets

George III silver condiment stand
Dimensions: Height 22 cm
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1780
Smith: Abdy I, William
Provenance: Mallams of Oxford
Date purchased: 20180822
Suppliers description: A George III silver circular condiment stand, with beaded border, pierced and engraved decoration and central carrying handle, wooden base, on ball and claw feet, fitted with five faceted and cut engraved covers and two with faceted stoppers, by William Abdy I. London 1780








Table Accessories - Knife rests

Knife rests - Edward Capper - 1815
Dimensions: 74 mm 78.70g total
Marks: Duty + Lion + Date on right, makers mark on left
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1815
Smith: Capper, Edward
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141012
Suppliers description: 2953. This pair of knife-rests weighs 42 grams and measures 74mm in length. All marks are crisp on both rests. There are no blemishes of any kind.








Table Accessories - Porringer

William III Britannia standard silver porringer - William Andrews - 1698
Dimensions: Length 16 cm Weight 175 grams
Marks: Makers mark + Britannia + Lions head erased + Date
Initials: C over MM Contemporary
Crest: None
Date: 1698
Smith: Andrews, William
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20171101
Suppliers description: A William III antique Britannia standard silver porringer, London 1698 by William Andrews. Of conventional form with spiral fluted base and punched decoration. Inscribed with contemporary marriage initials of C over MM between escarbuncles. Marked to the rim.








Late Victorian porringer - Daniel and John Wellby - 1897
Dimensions: Width handle to handle 19cm. Weight 303 grams
Marks: Makers mark + Leopard + Lion + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1897
Smith: David and John Wellby
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions Lot 337
Date purchased: 20170719
Suppliers description: A late Victorian antique sterling silver porringer, London 1897, by Daniel and John Wellby. Of conventional form with gadrooned lower body, vacant central cartouche and scroll handles.








Table Accessories - Sauce boat

George II sauce boat - David Hannell - 1751
Dimensions: Length - 12cm Weight 81g
Marks: makers mark + Lion + Date + Leopard
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1751
Smith: Hennell, David
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20160719
Suppliers description: Lot 101: Antique George II Sterling Silver sauce boat or cream / milk jug, London 1751. Of bombe form with turned, shaped lip, on three hoof feet, the body fitted with scroll handle. Length 12cm / 4.75". Silver weight 81g / 2.6 troy oz.








Table Accessories - Tazze

Edwardian pair of tazze - Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater - 1907
Dimensions: Height 9cm Width 15.2cm Weight 240g
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1907
Smith: Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater
Provenance: alison_chapman
Date purchased: 20171106
Suppliers description: One of the dishes is slightly dented on the rim, but otherwise in good condition.








Table Accessories - Tea service

Early Victorian tea service - Joseph Angell II and John Angell - London 1839
Dimensions: Teapot width 29 cm. Weight 1380g.
Marks: Marks
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1839
Smith: Angell, Joseph Sr and John Angell
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20180220
Suppliers description: An early Victorian antique sterling silver three-piece tea service, London 1839, by John Angell II and George Angell. Of compressed circular form, the teapot with ivory insulators, the domed hinged cover with flower finial, the sugar bowl and cream jug with gilt interior, raised on shell-embellished feet.








Table Accessories - Warming dish

Warming dish with burner - Paul Storr - 1835
Dimensions: Width 17.1cm Height 4.4 cm Weight 14.44ozt
Marks: Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty in two pairs, makers marks in centr
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1835
Smith: Storr, Paul
Provenance: Heritage Auctions
Date purchased: 20170420
Suppliers description: A Paul Storr silver reticulated warming plate, London 1795 (sic). Marked Storr and Mortimer. The circular warming plate having an everted rim, reticulated scrollwork to lobed panelling, interspersed with chased and repousse floral cartouches in low relief. Removable burner to centre.








Tea Accessories - Caddy spoons

William IV Queens pattern tea caddy spoon - Taylor and Perry - 1830
Dimensions: Length 9.9 cm. Weight (loaded) 12g.
Marks: Lion + Duty + Makers mark + Date + Assay
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1830
Smith: Taylor and Perry
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20180830
Suppliers description: William IV silver Queens Pattern tea caddy spoon, Birmingham 1830 by Taylor and Perry.








Tea Accessories - Cream jugs

George III helmet shaped cream jug - Joshua Jackson 1784
Dimensions: Height (incl handle) 14cm Width 11cm Weight 103g
Marks: Date + Leopard + Lion
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1784
Smith: Jackson, Joshua
Provenance: Nicholas Mellors Auctioneers
Date purchased: 20161208
Suppliers description: A George III silver helmet shaped cream jug, beaded upper rim and gilded interior, square pedestal foot, by Joshua Jackson ?, London 1784.








George III helmet shaped cream jug - George Gray 1787
Dimensions: Height (incl handle) 6 in Weight 83g
Marks: Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1787
Smith: Gray, George
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20161209
Suppliers description: Antique George III Sterling Silver cream jug by George Gray, London 1787. Of helmet form on a square pedestal base, the body with bright cut engraved decoration and crimped beaded edge. Height 15cm / 6". Silver weight 83g / 2.65 troy oz.








George III helmet-shaped cream jug - Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan - 1789
Dimensions: Height 16 cm Width 11 cm Depth 6 cm
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1789
Smith: Godbehere, Samuel
Provenance: Quiet Street Antiques of Bath
Date purchased: 20170824
Suppliers description: A fine quality late 18th century Hepplewhite period hallmarked SILVER CREAM JUG in excellent condition. Of typical 'helmet' shape of the period, this pretty jug is bright-cut engraved with reeded shaped handle and raised on an engraved square base. Made by the silversmiths: Samuel Goodbehere (sic) and Edward Wigan, hallmarked for London 1789. 6.5ins high.








George III cream jug - no makers mark - 1791
Dimensions: Height 14 cm Weight 188g
Marks: Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty
Initials: Indistinct
Crest: None
Date: 1791
Smith: None
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20180619
Suppliers description: George III cream jug, London 1791, no makers mark. Of helmet(???) form upon a square base with a double C scroll handle. The body embossed with scrolling decoraton. Gilded interior, later initialled with a monogram in gothic script to the front.








George III helmet shaped cream jug - Alexander Field 1792
Dimensions: Height (incl handle) 5.25 in Weight 9.5 oz
Marks: Makers mark + Date + Duty + Lion + Leopard
Initials: None
Crest: Lion passant guardant
Date: 1792
Smith: Field, Alexander
Provenance: Gorringes Auctions
Date purchased: 20161201
Suppliers description: A George II silver helmet shaped cream jug by Alexander Field, with engraved armorial, on square foot, London, 1792 (a.f), 6 in.








George III cream jug - Paul Storr - 1793
Dimensions: Height 14.5cm Weight 255g
Marks: Makers Marks + Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1793
Smith: Paul Storr
Provenance: East Bristol Auctions
Date purchased: 20180601
Suppliers description: An 18th century George 3rd silver ewer / jug by maker Paul Storr, London, 1793. The ewer raised on circular base with relief and chase work floral sprays. Above a tapering cylindrical body with a reeded c-scrolled handle, further relief works and chasing of floral sprays surrounding a plain armorial cartouche.








George III helmet shaped cream jug - John Mewburn 1795
Dimensions: Height (incl handle) 142 mm
Marks: Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1795
Smith: Mewburn, John
Provenance: silfren
Date purchased: 20160928
Suppliers description: Good quality, large Georgian silver gilt thread decorated helmet shaped cream jug on a pedestal base and with no engraving. Pleasantly thick and solid, repair just above lower handle joint, a few internal digs lower body, gilding to pouring lip rubbed.








William IV milk jug with gilded interior - Joseph and Albert Savory - 1837
Dimensions: Width 17 cm Weight 222g
Marks: Leopard + Lion + Date + Dury either side of makers marks
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1837
Smith: Savory, Joseph and Albert
Provenance: Silfren
Date purchased: 20180525
Suppliers description: William IV solid sterling silver milk jug with a gilded interior, with a flying leaf capped scrolling handle, thread lined rims and four acanthus bracket feet. The combination of hallmarks date this precisely - 29th May to 20th July 1837.








Victorian cream or milk jug - William Gibson and John Langman - 1891
Dimensions: Height 10.2cm, 162g
Marks: Makers Marks + Lion + Leopard + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1891
Smith: William Gibson and John Langman
Provenance: Silfren
Date purchased: 20180529
Suppliers description: Highest quality 4" English Victorian solid sterling silver cream or milk jug, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths (William Gibson and John Langman), London 1891, 102mm, 162g.








Tea Accessories - Mote spoons

Rat tail mote spoon - c. 1720
Dimensions: Length 14cm Weight 6g
Marks: Makers mark only
Initials: S T
Crest: None
Date: 1720 c.
Smith: Partial
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20160623
Suppliers description: A George I silver Rattail mote spoon. Very tiny old repair to bowl, otherwise good condition. Estimate GBP 80 - GBP 120








George III silver mote spoon - Jeremiah King - c. 1745
Dimensions: 14.1cm 7g
Marks: Makers mark struck twice
Initials: I R
Crest: None
Date: 1745 c.
Smith: King, Jeremiah
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20160825
Suppliers description: George II silver mote spoon, London c. 1745 by Jeremiah King.L- 14.1cm; W- 7g; Good piercing, marks and condition. Est 120 - 160.








Tea Accessories - Sugar baskets and bowls

George III sugar basket - Robert Hennell I, London 1778.
Dimensions: Height (excl handle) 13.5cm / 5.3 in. Silver weight 223g / 7.2 troy oz.
Marks: Date + Leopard + Lion + makers mark
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1778
Smith: Hennell I, Robert
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20161209
Suppliers description: Antique George III Sterling Silver sugar basket by Robert Hennell I, London 1778. Of vase form with beaded borders and swing handle, on a pedestal foot, the body and foot with pierced decoration. With removable blue glass liner matching the wavy edge of the rim. Height (excl handle) 13.5cm / 5.3 in. Silver weight 223g / 7.2 troy oz.








Victorian sugar bowl - London 1845 - Robert Hennell III
Dimensions: Height 15cm Width 12cm Weight 287g
Marks: makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Date + Duty
Initials: Monogram
Crest: None
Date: 1845
Smith: Hennell III, Robert
Provenance: Chiswick Auctions
Date purchased: 20170407
Suppliers description: The ogee shaped bowl upon a pedestal base set upon four feet with cast and pierced decoration of out-swept flowers and scroll work, the base similarly decorated with scroll work and shell bracket feet, initialled with monogram. With original fitted ruby glass liner.








Tea Accessories - Sugar nips

A pair of sugar nips
Dimensions: Length: 11.7 cm. Weight: 27.8g
Marks: WC ? + Lion
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: Rubbed
Smith: W C ?
Provenance: ecochik2011
Date purchased: 20141228
Suppliers description: Condition is good, hallmarks are rubbed which makes exact dating impossible, I think the maker is WC. I think there has been a historic repair which has been well done on one of the arms.








Tea Accessories - Sugar sifters

Victorian sugar sifter ladle
Dimensions: Length 15cm Weight 60g
Marks: Makers mark + Duty + Date + Lion + Leopard
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1875
Smith: Higgins, Francis
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20170427
Suppliers description: Lot 207 Victorian silver sugar sifter ladle, London 1875 by Francis Higgins. L-15cm; W-60g. Good gauge, marks and condition








Tea Accessories - Sugar tongs

George II bright-cut sugar tongs - Hester Bateman - 1784
Dimensions: Length 13.4cm Weight 32g.
Marks: Lion + Incuse duty mark on one arm, Makers mark on other
Initials: M*D
Crest: None
Date: 1784
Smith: Hester Bateman
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20180628
Suppliers description: George II bright-cut sugar tongs - Hester Bateman - 1784/5 (incuse duty). Good marks and condition








Bright cut silver sugar tongs - Peter and Ann B
Dimensions: Length: 14.4 cm. Weight: 30g
Marks: Duty + Lion + Date on one leg, makers mark on other
Initials: WS
Crest: None
Date: 1795
Smith: Bateman,Peter and Ann
Provenance: Britannia Collectibles
Date purchased: 20141223
Suppliers description: Fine pair of silver sugar tongs with bright cut foliate detail and an engraved bow. Good pair.








George III bright-cut sugar tongs - William Bateman I - 1818
Dimensions: Length 14.4 cm Weight 36 g
Marks: Makers mark on inside of one arm, Duty + Date + Lion on inside of the other.
Initials: Scripted M
Crest: None
Date: 1818
Smith: Bateman, William I
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20180301
Suppliers description: George II bright-cut sugar tongs - William Bateman I - 1818. Good decoration, marks and condition








Tea Accessories - Tea strainers

George III tea strainer - Eley and Fearn - 1801
Dimensions: 44mm diameter, 25mm deep
Marks: Makers mark + Duty + Lion + Date
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1801
Smith: Eley, William
Provenance: Whittons Auctions. Lot 90
Date purchased: 20151015
Suppliers description: A George III tea strainer on suspension chain. London 1801. By Eley and Fearn. Est. 100 - 120








Tea Accessories - Teapot stands

George III teapot stand - Charles Hougham - 1791
Dimensions: Width 17 cm Weight 125g
Marks: Makers mark + Lion + Leopard + Duty
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1791
Smith: Hougham, Charles
Provenance: Hampstead Auctions
Date purchased: 20170905
Suppliers description: A George III silver teapot stand by Charles Hougham, London 1791. Oval, with sixteen-point border, bright engraved leaf motifs and swags around a plain centre, the four bracket feet terminating in paws, 17 cm long wt. 125 gm. Small bruise near centre, some areas of wear to engraving on outer border that edges the border of leaf motifs and swags. A bit whippy to centre.








Teaspoons - Berry Spoons

Hanoverian pattern berry spoons - Stephen Adams I c. 1769
Dimensions: Length 19.3cm Width 4.2 cm Combined Weight 106g
Marks: Date + Duty + Lion + makers mark
Initials: None
Crest: Two crests side by side, one with two arms holding a thunderbolt and the other of a wyvern holding a cross..
Date: 1769 c.
Smith: Adams I,Stephen
Provenance: yothagaree
Date purchased: 20151021
Suppliers description: Very good quality and vary beautiful pair antique Georgian Sterling silver berry spoons, embossed with fruit and leaves. Fluted edge, bright-cut handle, gold washed bowls and blank cartouche on the reverse. In Old English(!!) pattern They are hallmarked for London 1769 (the lion passant for sterling silver, leopards head crowned and date letter O for 1769. Engraved with a crest. The makers mark Stephen Adams I.








Old English pattern berry spoons - Langlands and Robertson, Newcastle c.1790
Dimensions: Length 23.1cm Combined Weight 146g
Marks: makers mark + Lion + Duty + Assay Office
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1790 c.
Smith: Langlands and Robertson, Newcastle
Provenance: Sunbeau
Date purchased: 20151030
Suppliers description: None








Teaspoons - Fancyback teaspoons

Flame scroll teaspoon - James Tookey - 1739 to 1755
Dimensions: Length 12.2cm Weight 13.58g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: I W scratched
Crest: None
Date: 1739 to 1755
Smith: Tookey, James
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141020
Suppliers description: Stock number 4249: An unusual flame/scroll back teaspoon made in London between 1739 and 1755 by James Tookey. This spoon measures 12.2 cm in length and weighs 14g. The cast decoration and the marks are very crisp. The bowl tip shows slight signs of wear. The initials are unusual in that they are crudely engraved but contemporary with the spoon.








Double-shell teaspoon - c. 1750
Dimensions: Length 12.5cm. Weight 15g
Marks: Lion passant + makers mark
Initials: H
Crest: None
Date: 1750 c.
Smith: Daintry, Marmaduke
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20170614
Suppliers description: Number 5963: A Hanoverian pattern teaspoon with 'double shell' by Marmaduke Daintry London circa 1750, initialled {H} . This measures 12.5 cm in length and weighs 15g. The overall condition with a crisp back we have only handled once before (and it was this The engraved initial is probably about 20 years later than the but there is no evidence of the removal of an earlier initial.








Apollo-front and shell-back - Unidentified maker - c. 1750
Dimensions: Length 11.9cm Weight 13g
Marks: Lion + makers mark (compressed)
Initials: R A E(?)
Crest: None
Date: 1750 c.
Smith: Unidentified
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20170629
Suppliers description: George II Apollo-front and shell-back Hanoverian pattern teaspoon, London c.1750. Reasonable marks good condition








Hen-and-chicks back teaspoon - B.B - .c. 1750
Dimensions: Length 12.6 cm. Weight 15g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: J (or F) E
Crest: None
Date: 1750 c.
Smith: B B
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20160914
Suppliers description: Stock number 5300: a 'Hen and Chicks' back teaspoon made in London circa 1750 by BB. This spoon measures 12.6 cm in length and weighs 15g. The overall condition is excellent (with a good even rim to the bowl and clear hallmarks. The initials are later than the date of manufacture- perhaps around 1800. As the photograph shows the back of the bowl is crisp with four distinct chicks and a clearly defined head to the hen (the body is slightly worn but is still easily discernible).








Flower and scrolls back teaspoon - c. 1750
Dimensions: Length 11.4cm Weight 9g
Marks: Makers mark (indistinct) + lion
Initials: S B
Crest: None
Date: 1750 c.
Smith: Rubbed
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20160623
Suppliers description: George II Flower and Scrolls back Hanoverian pattern teaspoon. Bowl reshaped, otherwise good picture back and condition. Est GBP 25 to GBP 35.








Flat chased decoration teaspoon - Ebenezer Coker - c. 1750
Dimensions: Length 11.2cm Weight 13g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: None
Crest: Bulls head out of a coronet
Date: 1750 c.
Smith: Coker,Ebenezer
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20150507
Suppliers description: Stock number 4918- a hanoverian teaspoon with flat chased decoration by Ebenezer Coker circa 1750. This spoon measures 11.2 cm in length and weighs 13g. The overall condition is good with the flat chased decoration remaining crisp, and even retaining a textured surface on the flat surfaces on much of the chased areas. The decorative back, formed of engraved decoration rather than cast as on the previous example, is an unusual feature. The engraved crest and marks are both crisp.








Shell back teaspoon - Philip Roker - c. 1750
Dimensions: Length 11.4cm Weight 9.62g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: F.N
Crest: None
Date: 1750 c.
Smith: Roker, Philip
Provenance: karmazyn48n5
Date purchased: 20160615
Suppliers description: Rare solid silver mid-eighteenth century teaspoon. Plain Hanoverian pattern with Shell design on the reverse. Initials PR Philip Roker London with a lion mark. Owners initials F.N on the underside of the handle tip. In good used condition with a couple of tiny impressions to the bowl.








Shell back teaspoon - Elizabeth Oldfield - 1750 to 1755
Dimensions: Length 11.2cm Weight 9.07g
Marks: Lion + makers mark - lion cartouche wavy
Initials: M
Crest: None
Date: 1750 to 1755
Smith: Oldfield, Elizabeth
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141029
Suppliers description: Stock number 4047: A shell back teaspoon made in London by Elizabeth Oldfield between 1750 and 1755. The marks, shell back and engraved initial are crisp. This spoon was made by the widow of Thomas Jackson I mentioned above after her second marriage.








Acanthus leaf teaspoon - Ebenezer Coker - c. 1755
Dimensions: Length 12cm. Weight 14g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: S P
Crest: None
Date: 1755 c.
Smith: Coker,Ebenezer
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20160623
Suppliers description: George II Acanthus leaf picture-back Hanoverian pattern teaspoon. Good picture, back, marks and condition. Est GBP 40 - GBP 60.








Foliate back teaspoon - James Tookey (set of 6) - c. 1755
Dimensions: Length 11.8cm Weight 64g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: B over R dot S
Crest: None
Date: 1755 c.
Smith: Tookey, James
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20160623
Suppliers description: Set of 6 George II silver foliate picture-back Hanoverian pattern teaspoons. Good bowl, marks and condition. Est GBP 70 - GBP 100.








Shell back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 12cm Weight 11,38g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: M + M
Crest: None
Date: 1760
Smith: Woodhouse, Thomas
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141020
Suppliers description: Stock number 9524: a shell back teaspoon made in London circa 1760 by Thomas Woodhouse. This spoon measures 12cm in length and weighs 12g. The shell back is very crisp and the hallmarks and engraved initials are crisp. The bowl shows slight wear.








Shell and scroll back teaspoon - Robert Burton - c. 1750
Dimensions: Length 11.2cm Weight 8g
Marks: Makers mark + lion
Initials: S B scratched
Crest: None
Date: 1760 c.
Smith: Burton,Robert
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20150507
Suppliers description: Stock number 4917- a Hanoverian teaspoon with a fancy back by Robert Burton circa 1750. This spoon measures 11.2cm in length and weighs 8g. The overall condition of this spoon is good, with the decoration on the back of the bowl and the hallmarks being exceptionally crisp. The engraved initials, in a naive style, are contemporary with the spoon.








Tea plant teaspoon - Robert Sallam - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 12.3cm Weight 13g
Marks: Lion + makers mark - lion cartouche rectangular
Initials: AEF
Crest: None
Date: 1760 c.
Smith: Sallam, Robert
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20160511
Suppliers description: Stock number 4866: A Tea Plant back teaspoon by Robert Sallam London circa 1760. This spoon measures 12.3 cm in length and weighs 13g. The back and bowl of this spoon shows signs of wear but it remains a good example of a rare picture back.








Shell and garland teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse1 - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 11.5cm Weight 9.43g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1760 c.
Smith: Woodhouse, Thomas
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141020
Suppliers description: Stock number 4292: a shell and garland back teaspoon circa 1760 by Thomas Woodhouse. This teaspoon measures 11.5 cm in length and weighs 9g. The overall colour is good, the bowl shows slight wear and the hallmarks are crisp. Most importantly the back is very crisp- it shows slight wear at the very high point of the bowl but is a good example of an unusual type.








British Heart and Oak Leaves back teaspoon - W L - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 12.5cm Weight 11g
Marks: Lion + makers mark. Lions cartouche has ogee base.
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1760 c.
Smith: W L
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20170223
Suppliers description: Georgian silver British Heart and Oak Leaves picture back Hanoverian teaspoon, circa 1760 by W L. Picture back faint, otherwise good bowl, marks and condition. Est 40 - 60.








Shell and twiddle teaspoon - William Withers - 1762 to 1763
Dimensions: Length 11.7cm Weight 12g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: D over J * H
Crest: None
Date: 1762 - 1763
Smith: Withers, William
Provenance: suehann1
Date purchased: 20141125
Suppliers description: A lovely Georgian sterling silver fancy back spoon in the Hanoverian design which has engraved initials D over J*H indicating that it was a marriage gift. Condition - Good to very good with very little wear to the bowl tip which is only noticeable underneath








Set of three Clam shell and scroll back teaspoons - c. 1765
Dimensions: Length 12.2cm Combined weight 39.11g
Marks: Lion + makers mark. Lions cartouche has canted tops and ogee base.
Initials: GGES (?)
Crest: None
Date: 1765 c.
Smith: Evans, Thomas
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20170223
Suppliers description: Set of six Clam shell and scroll back teaspoons. Good picture-backs, bowls, marks and condition. Est 125 to 175








Set of three Clam shell and scroll back teaspoons - c. 1765
Dimensions: Length 12.2cm Combined weight 31.56g
Marks: Lion + makers mark.
Initials: GGES (?)
Crest: None
Date: 1765 c.
Smith: Lampfert, John
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20170223
Suppliers description: Set of six Clam shell and scroll back teaspoons. Good picture-backs, bowls, marks and condition. Est 125 to 175








I love Liberty back teaspoon - Philip Roker - c. 1765
Dimensions: Length 12.2 cm. Weight 12g.
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: DBE
Crest: None
Date: 1765 c.
Smith: Roker, Philip
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20160914
Suppliers description: Stock number 5210: An 'I love Liberty' back teaspoon, by Philip Roker London circa 1765, initialled {DBE}. This teaspoon measures 12.2 cm in length and weighs 12g. The overall condition is good- there is a small amount of wear to the tip of the bowl and slight flaws (in the metal rather than the manufacture) in the bowl (these can be seen in the photographs of the back and front of the spoon. In addition to this the engraved initials are also worn. The back is good but there is wear to the V and E of Love (this again can be seen in the photograph of the marks and the back). Overall this is a good example of this back but not an excellent one.








Falstaff front teaspoon - Israel Devonshire - c. 1765
Dimensions: Length 11.8 cm. Weight 14g
Marks: Lion + makers mark - lion cartouche rectangular
Initials: ? + D (script)
Crest: Deer (?) coupe
Date: 1765 c.
Smith: Devonshire, Israel
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20160914
Suppliers description: Stock number 4595: A Falstaff front teaspoon by ID (script) of London circa 1765- an attribution to Israel Devonshire, a spoon maker who appears in contemporary records and whose father and son both have recorded marks as spoon makers, has been suggested. This spoon measures 11.8 cm in length and weighs 14g. All of the decoration is crisp and the overall condition is good. The maker's mark, as with that of Thomas Evans and George Smith, has suffered from being struck on a narrow stem but the script D is easily discernible (and the the full ID mark has been noted on a range of spoons in this period).








Rose back - Thomas Evans and George Smith - 1769 to 1762
Dimensions: Length 11.7cm Weight 11g
Marks: Lion + indistinct makers mark
Initials: S over I P
Crest: None
Date: 1769 - 1772
Smith: Evans, Thomas
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20160511
Suppliers description: Stock number 4213z: A Rose back teaspoon by Thomas Evans and George Smith London 1769-1772. This spoon measures 11.7 cm in length and weighs 11g. The back of this spoon does exhibit wear, as does the tip of the bowl. The makers mark is large (having two lines of letters) and it is struck on a narrow stem. The TE in the top line of the punch and the S in the bottom right hand corner are discernible in the photograph. There are comparatively few spoon making partnerships in this period and scholarship suggests that this, relatively rare, back is known to be associated with this particular firm. There have been suggestions that the Rose had Jacobite significance.








Scroll back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770
Dimensions: Weight 8.57g Length 10.90cm
Marks: Lion + partial
Initials: A W
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Partial
Provenance: silversaltspoons
Date purchased: 20170129
Suppliers description: Condition is good used, with regular wear and tear to the bowls








Shell and stem back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770
Dimensions: Weight 8.22g Length 10.80cm
Marks: Lion + partial
Initials: A S
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Partial
Provenance: silversaltspoons
Date purchased: 20170129
Suppliers description: Condition is good used, with regular wear and tear to the bowls








Running stag teaspoon - William Turton - 1770
Dimensions: Weight: 11g Length 11.5cm
Marks: Makers mark (indistinct) + lion
Initials: W over I * M
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Turton, William
Provenance: rjsterling
Date purchased: 20161226
Suppliers description: Condition: Very good, just some minor surface wear/scratching odd small nick to the edges, slight wear to the tip of the bowl. Picture still detailed and clear








Galleon back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1770
Dimensions: Length 11.6 cm. Weighs 12g.
Marks: Lion + makers mark - lion cartouche rectangular
Initials: A W
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Woodhouse, Thomas
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20160914
Suppliers description: Stock number 4250: A Galleon back teaspoon by Thomas Woodhouse London circa 1770. This spoon measures 11.6 cm in length and weighs 12g. The back and bowl of this spoon show more wear than the other examples you have enquired about but it is also an example of a very rare type.








Shell and scroll back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770
Dimensions: Weight 8.83g Length 11.10cm
Marks: Lion + rubbed
Initials: M over I + A
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Rubbed
Provenance: silversaltspoons
Date purchased: 20170129
Suppliers description: Condition is good used, with regular wear and tear to the bowls








Double-headed eagle picture back - Thomas Dealtry - c.1770
Dimensions: Dimensions
Marks: Lion (erased by stem repair) + makers mark
Initials: R M
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Dealtry, Thomas
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20170629
Suppliers description: George III silver Crowned Double-headed eagle picture-back Hanoverian pattern teaspoon, circa 1770 by Thomas Dealtry. Old repair to stem, wear to bowl tip, reasonable picture.








Shell and Scroll back teaspoon - Thomas Dene - c. 1770
Dimensions: Length 12.1cm Weight 13g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: A (arrow) H
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Dene, Thomas
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20160511
Suppliers description: Stock number 4988: A Scroll back teaspoon by Thomas Dene London circa 1770. This spoon measures 12.1 cm in length and weighs 13g. Again, the overall condition is excellent. The crispness of the decorated back and the even lip of the bowl make this a very good example of its type.








Shell back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770
Dimensions: Weight 10.44g Length 11.40cm
Marks: Lion + rubbed
Initials: P
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Rubbed
Provenance: silversaltspoons
Date purchased: 20170129
Suppliers description: Condition is good used, with regular wear and tear to the bowls








Flowers and ribbon teaspoon - William Chawner - c. 1770
Dimensions: Length 11cm Weight 7.45g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: M + B
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Chawner,William
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141020
Suppliers description: Stock number 4293: a flowers and ribbon back teaspoon made in London circa 1770 by William Chawner. This teaspoon measures 11cm in length and weighs 8g. The overall condition is good and the cast decoration on the back of the bowl and the engraved initials are crisp. The maker's mark is easily legible and the lion easily discernible








Basket of Flowers teaspoon - John Innocent - c. 1770
Dimensions: 11cm 13.23g
Marks: Lion + makers mark. Lion cartouche canted tops.
Initials: E L
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Innocent, John
Provenance: Coritani
Date purchased: 20141031
Suppliers description: 6743 - A group of three v. good Geo. III Hanoverian 'Picture-back' teaspoons - 'A Basket of Flowers' by John Innocent London c. 1770








Shell back teaspoons - Richard Pargeter (set of 4) - c. 1770
Dimensions: Length 12 cm Weight 12.9g, 13.9g, 12.88g 13.26g
Marks: Lion + makers mark - the lion cartouche appears to be of wavy form
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Pargeter, Richard
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20010616
Suppliers description: 8469 - Set of four shell and twiddle back teaspoons with gilded bowls and ribbed stem.








Shell back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770
Dimensions: Weight 10.12g Length 11.40cm
Marks: Lion + partial
Initials: R
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Partial
Provenance: silversaltspoons
Date purchased: 20170129
Suppliers description: Condition is good used, with regular wear and tear to the bowls








Shell and leaves back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770
Dimensions: Weight 10.24g Length 11.60cm
Marks: Lion + partial
Initials: P over W S
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Partial
Provenance: silversaltspoons
Date purchased: 20170129
Suppliers description: Condition is good used, with regular wear and tear to the bowls








Crowned leopards head teaspoon - William Skeen - c. 1770
Dimensions: Weight: 6g Length 10.5cm
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: M
Crest: None
Date: 1770 c.
Smith: Skeen, William
Provenance: rjsterling
Date purchased: 20161229
Suppliers description: Good antique condition. Has some thinning to the bowl, along with general all around surface wear/scratching. Odd small nicks, typical of age and wear.








Heron in reeds back - Thomas Wallis II - c. 1780
Dimensions: Length 10.8cm Weight 10.38g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: A * I
Crest: None
Date: 1778 to 1786
Smith: Wallis II, Thomas
Provenance: durbinlewis
Date purchased: 20161212
Suppliers description: Suppliers description








Scroll - Hester Bateman - c. 1770
Dimensions: Length 10.5 cm Weight 8.35g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: C . S
Crest: None
Date: 1780 c.
Smith: Bateman,Hester
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141020
Suppliers description: Stock number 4521: a scroll back teaspoon made in London circa 1770 by Hester Bateman. This spoon measures 10.5 cm in length and weighs 9g. The back, hallmarks and engraved initials are crisp and the overall condition is good. It is smaller than most teaspoons produced at this period.








Gilded Decorated Mask front and Decorated Heel back - Unknown - c. 1745
Dimensions: Length 11.4cm Weight 17g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1745
Smith: Unknown
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Unusual heel and mask; mask indistinct. Good gauge, gilding, detail and condition








Three shells teaspoon - ?H - c. 1750
Dimensions: Length 11.4cm Weight 9g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1750
Smith: ?H
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Makers mark partially struck; otherwise good detail, marks and condition.








Cross-hatched Basket of Flowers - James Wilkes - c. 1750
Dimensions: Length 11.8cm Weight 10g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1750
Smith: Wilkes, James
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Later decoration to front; otherwise good detail and marks








Plenty and Wheatsheaf back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 12cm. Weight 16g.
Marks: Makers mark + Lion
Initials: A*H
Crest: None
Date: c. 1760
Smith: Thomas Woodhouse
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20180628
Suppliers description: Plenty and Wheatsheaf back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1760. Slight wear to picture but still good. Good marks and condition.








Dove and Olive back teaspoon - Thomas Wallis I - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 11 cm. Weight 8g.
Marks: Lion + Makers mark
Initials: JG
Crest: None
Date: c. 1760
Smith: Wallis I, Thomas
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20180830
Suppliers description: Dove and Olive back teaspoon, London c. 1760 by Thomas Wallis. Good picture, marks, bowl and condition








Agricultural implements - W? - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 11cm Weight 10g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1760
Smith: W?
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Picture quite worn, otherwise reasonable condition








Crowned Lion mask and scrolls - William Cripps - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 11.3cm Weight 10g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1760
Smith: Cripps, William
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Good picture, marks and condition.








Vase of Flowers - James Tookey . C. 1760
Dimensions: Length 11.5cm Weight 10g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1760
Smith: Tookey, James
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Excellent picture, good bowl, marks and condition.








Spouting Whale - Nicholas Hearnden - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 12.1cm Weight 11g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1760
Smith: Hearnden, Nicholas
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Picture worn but visible, good bowl, marks and condition.








Masonic symbols teaspoon - Thos and Wm Chawner - c. 1765
Dimensions: Length 12.1cm Weight 11g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1765
Smith: Chawner, Thomas and William
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Wear to bowl tip and picture, but all visible.








Bowl with a Flower teaspoon - Hester Bateman - c. 1775
Dimensions: Length 11.6cm Weight 10g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1775
Smith: Bateman,Hester
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Good picture, bowl, marks and condition.








Wheatsheaf and Flowers - William Collings - c. 1775
Dimensions: Length 12.3cm Weight 10g
Marks: marks
Initials: initials
Crest: crest
Date: c. 1775
Smith: Collings, William
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club Postal Auction
Date purchased: 20180112
Suppliers description: Wear to picture, but all visible, good bowl and condition.








Teaspoons - Georgian plain spoons

Rat-tail teaspoon - (probably) Edward Jennings - c. 1725
Dimensions: Length 11.8cm Weight 13.69g
Marks: Makers mark (indistinct) + lion
Initials: MS scratched
Crest: None
Date: 1725 c.
Smith: Jennings, Edward
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141029
Suppliers description: Stock number 4169: Again the overall condition is good and it has nice contemporary initials. On this spoon the second initial of the maker's mark can clearly be read as an I and the whole punch has a crown above. The I as a second initial is unusual and the only similar punch is that of Edward Jennings (a known spoonmaker).








George I rattail small spoon - R P - c. 1730
Dimensions: Length 10.2cm Weight 5g
Marks: makers mark only
Initials: E S
Crest: None
Date: 1730 c.
Smith: R P
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20170223
Suppliers description: George I rattail pattern small spoon, circa 1730 by R P....possibly slim teaspoon or condiment spoon, or from an etui. Reasonable mark and condition. Est 65 - 95.








Cast front teaspoon - Thomas Jackson I - 1739 to 1755
Dimensions: Length 11.8 cm Weight 16.70 g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: None
Crest: Fox sejant
Date: 1739 - 1755
Smith: Jackson I, Thomas
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20141020
Suppliers description: Stock number 7623: a cast front teaspoon made in London 1739-1755 probably by Thomas Jackson I. This teaspoon measures 11.8cm in length and weighs 17g. The front of this spoon is cast with unusual rococo decoration and is crisp (as is the lion passant on the back). The crest is slightly worn but easily legible as a fox. The maker's mark is struck, as was the policy at the time, at the narrowest point and is not a clear impression. However it is possible to see a sheep in the top of the punch- this feature was used by Thomas Jackson I (a leading spoon maker). If examined very closely there is evidence of the spoon having had decoration to the heel- this decoration is no longer discernible.








Double-drop teaspoon - Benjamin Cartwright - c. 1755
Dimensions: Length 11.4cm Weight 10g
Marks: Makers mark + lion
Initials: I R
Crest: None
Date: 1755 c.
Smith: Benjamin Cartwright
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20160511
Suppliers description: Stock number 3401: a Hanoverian pattern teaspoon by Benjamin Cartwright London circa 1755. This spoon measures 11.4 cm in length and weighs 10g. The overall condition is excellent. It is a good example of its pattern and type.








Plain teaspoon - Thomas Tookey - c. 1760
Dimensions: Length 12cm Weight 14g
Marks: Lion + makers mark
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1760 c.
Smith: Tookey, Thomas
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20150507
Suppliers description: Stock number 4892- a hanoverian teaspoon circa 1760 by Thomas Tookey. This spoon measures 12cm in length and weighs 14g. The overall condition is excellent and the marks are easily legible. There are very faint traces of engraving but they are almost invisible and do not detract from the spoon.








Pair of Old English teaspoons by Peter and Jonathan Bateman - 1790
Dimensions: Length 13.3cm Weight 35g
Marks: Maker + Duty + Date + Lion (cartouche has canted tops, but rounded at bottom)
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1790
Smith: Bateman,Peter and Jonathan
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20161028
Suppliers description: Pair of George III silver Old English pattern teaspoons. London 1790 by Peter and Jonathan Bateman...excellent gauge, bowl, marks and condition.








Hanoverian teaspoon - Peter and Jonathan Bateman - c. 1790
Dimensions: Length 11.8 cm Weight 9g
Marks: Maker + Duty + Date + Lion (cartouche has canted tops, but rounded at bottom)
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1790
Smith: Bateman,Peter and Jonathan
Provenance: Silver Spoon Club postal auction
Date purchased: 20161028
Suppliers description: George III silver Hanoverian pattern teaspoon. London 1790 by Peter and Jonathan Bateman...rare makers mark...good bowl, marks and condition








Set of nine teaspoons - Peter and William Bateman - 1811
Dimensions: Weight 122.4g
Marks: Lion + Date + Duty + makers mark
Initials: G over I M
Crest: None
Date: 1811
Smith: Bateman, Peter and William
Provenance: Gerrards Auction Rooms
Date purchased: 20180412
Suppliers description: Fine set of nine silver teaspoons by Peter and William Bateman...London 1811. All spoons are in good condition.








Old English teaspoon - John Lias - 1815
Dimensions: Length 13.1cm. Weight 13g
Marks: Lion + Date + Duty + Makers mark (reading from terminal)
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1815
Smith: Lias, John
Provenance: Schredds of Portobello
Date purchased: 20170614
Suppliers description: Number 4513: An Old English teaspoon by John Lias London 1815. The marks on this spoon were only in use between 30th May and 13th June - the shortest time for any combination of marks in the history of English silver). This spoon measures 13.1cm in length and weighs 13g. >> overall condition is excellent with a documentary set of >> hallmarks.








Teaspoons - Post-Georgian teaspoons

Apostle spoon set - William Marshall - 1866
Dimensions: 12.4 cm. Combined weight 99.77g
Marks: Makers mark + Duty + Thistle + Castle + Date on two spoons. Makers mark + Thistle + Duty on the remainder
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1866
Smith: William Marshall of Edinburgh
Provenance: Family
Date purchased: n/a
Suppliers description: n/a








Rattail Apostle teaspoon. Twisted stem - Martin Hall - 1900
Dimensions: 12.84g 11.0 cm
Marks: Makers mark + Date + Lion + Crown
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1900
Smith: Martin Hall and Co, Sheffield and London
Provenance: None
Date purchased: n/a
Suppliers description: None








Single-struck dog-nose teaspoon - William Hutton - 1906
Dimensions: 12.71g 11.5 cm
Marks: Makers mark + Date + Lion + Crown
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1906
Smith: William Hutton and Sons Ltd
Provenance: None
Date purchased: n/a
Suppliers description: None








Commemorative single-struck teaspoon with arms of Torquay
Dimensions: 9.53g 10.5 cm
Marks: Date + Lion + Assay + makers mark
Initials: None
Crest: None
Date: 1936
Smith: Barker Brothers Silver Ltd
Provenance: None
Date purchased: n/a
Suppliers description: None