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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. Liberty & Co. Caddy Spoon, 1910

    Liberty & Co. Caddy Spoon, 1910

    £395.00

    Caddy Spoon - George V Coronation - Birmingham 1910 by Liberty & Co. - 9.3cm long; 24g - FJ/6453 Learn More
  2. Monarch of the Glen Pin Cushion, 1905

    Monarch of the Glen Pin Cushion, 1905

    £1,675.00

    Pin Cushion - Stag - Birmingham 1905 by Levi & Salaman - 6.5cm max. height; 5.2cm x 3.1cm cut-corner base; 30g gross weight - VB/6545 Learn More
  3. Shell-back Mote Spoon, 1740

    Shell-back Mote Spoon, 1740

    £295.00

    Mote Spoon - Shell-back - London circa 1740 by Marmaduke Daintrey - 13.2cm long; 6.6g - SE/4865 Learn More
  4. Set of 6 Leslie Durbin Table Spoons

    Set of 6 Leslie Durbin Table Spoons

    £1,350.00

    Table Spoons (6) - Modernist Rattail - London 1953 by Leslie Durbin - 19.7cm long; 437g - CJ/6468 Learn More
  5. 3-piece Chinoserie Tea Service, 1824

    3-piece Chinoserie Tea Service, 1824

    £3,450.00

    Teaset (3-piece) - Chinoiserie - London 1824 by John E Terrey - Teapot: 28.5cm long (handle to spout); approx. 16.5cm high. Cream Jug: 16cm long (handle to spout); 13cm high. Sugar Bowl: 20cm long (handle to handle); 15cm high; 13.8cm diameter top rim. 1875g total combined weight. - JY/6124 Learn More
  6. York Soup Ladle, 1818

    York Soup Ladle, 1818

    £375.00

    Soup Ladle - Old English pattern - York 1818 by James Barber - 33.5cm long; 208g - FM/5440 Learn More
  7. Large Pair Georgian Salt Pots, 1813

    Large Pair Georgian Salt Pots, 1813

    £280.00

    Salt Pots (pair) - Gilt interiors - Sheffield 1813 by Samuel & Charles Young & Co. - 7.8cm diameter top rim; 5cm high; 315g combined weight - KA/6094 Learn More
  8. Paul Storr Chamberstick, 1837

    Paul Storr Chamberstick, 1837

    £1,775.00

    Chamberstick - Round with loop handle - London 1837 by Paul Storr - 9.2cm high; 16cm diameter dish; 414g - WD/6058 Learn More
  9. Lace Back Trefid Spoon, 1679

    Lace Back Trefid Spoon, 1679

    £895.00

    Spoon - Trefid pattern - London 1679 by Lawrence Coles - 17.6cm long; 40g - PR/5841 Learn More
  10. Nordic Spoons by Georg Jensen

    Nordic Spoons by Georg Jensen

    £330.00

    Pair of Spoons - Nordic (Ladby) - London import hallmarks 1937 by Georg Jensen - 18.8cm long; 134g - SP/6395 Learn More

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