A group of English silver flatware, etc.
Comprising: Apostle set 6 coffee spoons and pr. sugar tongs, H & T, Birmingham, 1902; pair of chased and gilt Old English tablespoons now as berry spoons; Old English ladle now as a sugar sifting ladle, monogrammed, with case; pair of sugar tongs, Geo. Adams, London, 1866; embossed scroll & shell caddy spoon, Geo. Unite, Birmingham, 1849; pair of sugar nips, Y & W, Birmingham, 1851; 4 Old English feather edge teaspoons, Chas. Wm. Fletcher, London, 1929; 1 Old English engraved teaspoon, John Round & Son, Ltd., Sheffield, 1924; 1 napkin ring, monogrammed, J.G, Birmingham, 1900; 1 napkin ring, monogrammed, Geo. Unite, Birmingham, 1899; set 3 bottle tickets after the antique for sherry, gin and whisky, HU, Birmingham, 1963; set 5 bottle tickets after the antique for bourbon, gin, sherry, whisky and brandy, T & S, Birmingham, 1964; with a Dutch 833 standard silver spoon after the antique, dated 1880; (21 oz. 14 dwts.); a butter serving knife with hollow handle and engraved blade, Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1857; and cased set 6 fruit knives with plated blades, Wm. Hutton & Sons, Ltd., Sheffield, 1912.