A pair of late 18th century Belgian silver candlesticks maker's mark possibly a flower, for details of other marks see Belgische Zilvermerken/Poinçons d'argenterie belges, by R. Stuyck, page 87 numbers 4944 - 4947, last quarter of 18th century
Two silver trefid spoons marks rubbed, one possibly by Jonathan Bradley, London, date letter rubbed, the second maker's mark barely distinguishable, by John Ladyman, other marks worn smooth Sadler, London 1701 (3)
Three spoons: a silver trefid, a Hanoverian silver spoon together with a Channel Islands spoon the first maker's mark script TA only, the second RP in a heart shaped device struck thrice, similar mark see Jackson's page 519, the third maker's mark only, by Jacques Quesnel, Jersey (3)next page
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