Silver and Objects of Vertu incl
Flatware

3 Oct 2012, starting at 11:00 BST.

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lots

A Charles I possibly provincial silver seal-top spoon stamped once in the bowl, a device circa 1630

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)

A 17th century silver provincial seal-top spoon stamped once in the bowl and twice on the stem, a device, possibly Norwich

A 17th century silver Puritan spoon maker's mark R over W, London, date letter indistinct

A James I silver seal top spoon by Daniel Carey, London 1611

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)

A Charles II silver trefid spoon maker's mark IL with mullet below, see Jackson's page 130, possibly by James Lapley, no date letter, circa 1671 together with A William & Mary silver trefid spoonmaker's mark IP with star above and crescent below, possibly for Israel Pinckney, London 1690 (2)

A West Country silver dog nose spoon by William Webb II, Winchester, circa 1702 together with A Queen Anne West Country silver trefid spoon, by Thomas Salter, Exeter 1710 (2)

A silver lace back trefid spoon two pairs of marks I P?B?R?, crown above and cypher marks probably West Country

A William III pair of silver trefid spoons by William Scarlett, marks rubbed, London 1701

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