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Whether you seek beautiful caddy spoons or huge hash spoons, silver spoons from the Tudor period, the 20th Century or somewhere in between, this website will have something for you.

In addition to the spoons, you will find all manner of interesting collectable silver, extensive canteens and fine quality silver hollowware.

 

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  1. Flower Head Caddy Spoon, 1800 by IT

    Flower Head Caddy Spoon, 1800 by IT

    £175.00

    Caddy Spoon - Flower-head Bowl - Birmingham 1800 by Joseph Taylor - 7.8cm long - TF/3875 Learn More
  2. Coffin End Basting Spoon, 1805

    Coffin End Basting Spoon, 1805

    £225.00

    Basting Spoon - Coffin End - London 1805 by Solomon Hougham - 31cm long; 120g - LS/4127 Learn More
  3. Wheatsheaves Fruit Basket, 1854

    Wheatsheaves Fruit Basket, 1854

    £825.00

    Fruit Basket - Wheat-sheaves decoration - Sheffield 1854 by Walter Knowles & Company - 32cm diameter; 26cm high (handle up); 975g - KD/4024 Learn More
  4. St. Paul's Cathedral Cheroot Case, 1848

    St. Paul's Cathedral Cheroot Case, 1848

    £750.00

    Cheroot Case - St. Paul's Cathedral - Birmingham 1848 by David Pettifer - 12cm x 6cm x 2cm; 68g - VT/4014 Learn More
  5. Elkington Punch Bowl, 1901

    Elkington Punch Bowl, 1901

    £2,450.00

    Punch Bowl - Roman frieze; 2 handles - Birmingham 1901 by Elkington & Company - 28cm diameter of bowl at top rim; 42cm wide (incl. handles); 39cm maximum height (on plinth); 24cm high (bowl only);1965 grams (63.2tr.oz.) - TE/4016 Learn More
  6. 84 piece Old English Shell Canteen, 1925

    84 piece Old English Shell Canteen, 1925

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    84 piece Canteen – Old English Shell Pattern (12 place settings) - Hallmark: London 1925/8 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Limited – Weight: 3100grams (100tr.oz.) - Ref. No.: SH/3198 Learn More
  7. Canterbury Snuff Box, London 1846

    Canterbury Snuff Box, London 1846

    £495.00

    Snuff Box - Rectangular with cast scroll border - London 1846 by Edward Edwards - 8.1cm x 5.3cm; 2.2cm high; 143g - UQ/3918 Learn More
  8. 5-piece Georgian Tea Service, 1812

    5-piece Georgian Tea Service, 1812

    £3,750.00

    Teaset (5-piece) - Pedestal foot with gadroon border & ivory handles - London 1812 by Solomon Hougham - Coffee jug is 27cm high with 1600ml (2.75 pint) volume; Teapot is 23 cm long & 1100 ml (1.75 pints) volume. Total combined weight is 2840 grams (91.3 tr.oz.). Learn More
  9. George I Chased Sugar Caster, 1716

    George I Chased Sugar Caster, 1716

    £895.00

    Sugar Caster - Octagonal; chased - London 1716 by Samuel Welder - 16cm high; 5.7cm octagonal base; 194.5g - CR/3911 Learn More
  10. Georgian Shell-back Marrow Spoon, 1766

    Georgian Shell-back Marrow Spoon, 1766

    £375.00

    Marrow Spoon - Shell-back - London 1766 by Robert Sallam - 22.2cm long; 47g - EN/3819 Learn More

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