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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. 52 piece Queens Pattern Canteen, 1860

    52 piece Queens Pattern Canteen, 1860

    £2,695.00

    Boxed 52 piece Canteen – Queen’s Pattern (6 place settings) - Hallmark: London 1860/73 & Sheffield 1935; Weight: 1910 grams (61.4 tr.oz.) - Ref. No.: AS/6499

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  2. 135 piece Silver Gilt Canteen of Cutlery, 1864

    135 piece Silver Gilt Canteen of Cutlery, 1864

    £9,875.00

    135-piece Canteen – Grecian Pattern (18 place settings) - Hallmark: London 1864 to 1877 by George Adams – Weight: 7160 grams (230 tr.oz.) + - Ref. No.: BO/H150 Learn More
  3. 133 piece Boxed Silver King's Pattern Canteen, 1993

    133 piece Boxed Silver King's Pattern Canteen, 1993

    £6,995.00

    Boxed 133 piece Canteen – King’s Pattern (12 place settings) - Hallmark: Sheffield 1993 by Carrs.; Weight: 6670 grams (214.5 tr.oz.) - Ref. No.: LP/1729

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  4. 4-piece Art Deco Teaset, 1934

    4-piece Art Deco Teaset, 1934

    £1,295.00

    Teaset (4-piece) - Art Deco - London 1934 by William Bruford & Son Ltd. - Coffee pot: 18cm high, 11.2cm diameter. Teapot: 16cm high, 11.5cm diameter. Cream jug: 9cm high, 7.7cm diameter. Sugar bowl: 8cm high, 9cm diameter. 970g combined gross weight - TN/1631 Learn More
  5. John Figg Claret Jug, 1860

    John Figg Claret Jug, 1860

    £950.00

    Claret Jug - Bacchus mount with Lion Rampant Finial - London 1860 by John Figg - 27.8cm high; 13.5cm diameter; 1245g gross weight - PH/8601 Learn More
  6. Novelty Castle Table Lighter, 1878

    Novelty Castle Table Lighter, 1878

    £1,825.00

    Table Lighter - Motte & Bailey Castle - London 1878 by Stephen Smith - 14.2cm high; 12.8cm diameter plinth; 493g gross weight - AK/7655 Learn More
  7. Irish Provincial Salt Spoon by CT

    Irish Provincial Salt Spoon by CT

    £150.00

    Salt Spoon - Bright-cut engraved - Cork circa 1790 by Carden Terry - 10.5cm long; 7g - AP/1483 Learn More
  8. 'PLENTY' Teaspoon, c1775 by PR

    'PLENTY' Teaspoon, c1775 by PR

    £175.00

    Teaspoon - 'PLENTY' Picture-back - London circa 1775 by Philip Roker - 10.9cm long; 9.5g - MF/1545 Learn More
  9. Neo-Classical Tea Caddy, 1859

    Neo-Classical Tea Caddy, 1859

    £995.00

    Tea Caddy - Oval with Swag Engraving - London 1859 by William Stocker - 13cm x 11.5cm high; 400g - BB/1461 Learn More
  10. King's Pattern Basting Spoon, 1823

    King's Pattern Basting Spoon, 1823

    £198.00

    Basting Spoon - King's pattern - London 1823 by William Eley & William Fearn - 30.7cm long; 194g - GD/8322a Learn More

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