A mixed quantity of Old English pattern silver  flatware and wine labels various dates and makers  (qty)
Lot 87
A mixed quantity of Old English pattern silver flatware and wine labels various dates and makers (Qty)
Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,156) inc. premium

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A mixed quantity of Old English pattern silver  flatware and wine labels various dates and makers  (qty) A mixed quantity of Old English pattern silver  flatware and wine labels various dates and makers  (qty)
A mixed quantity of Old English pattern silver flatware and wine labels
various dates and makers
Comprising: two table spoons, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1898,the gilt bowls cast with a bird among flowers, the stems cast with flowers and scrolls, vacant oval reserves, and eleven other examples, London 1766-1808 and one other, Sheffield 1920, one plated Fiddle pattern dessert fork, two dessert spoons, by George Smith & William Fearn, London 1792, initialled, six teaspoons, by Thomas Northcote, 1786, bright engraved, zig-zag borders, engraved oval reserves, an unmarked teaspoon, the bowl cast as a leaf, the stem formed as a twig with leaves, a ladybird and a fly, crested to reverse of bowl, one feather edge serving ladle with a Scottish crest, two sauce ladles, one by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1904, of the bowl of unusual shape, the other, probably by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1958, a sifter spoon, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1898, the stem with stylised bamboo edge, pierced gilt bowl, a metalware and blue enamelled tea strainer, stamped "930S", four caddy spoons, various designs, one plated, one continental, a 19th century apostle spoon, with pseudo-marks, a miniature fish knife and spoon, Birmingham, 1939 and 1987, a silver baby pusher, by James & William Deakin, Sheffield 1913, a steel knife, an unmarked glove stretcher, a Russian cloisonne and enamelled ladle, possibly by Ivan Saltykov or Ivan Sveshnikov, Moscow 1895, a miniature silver cap, Sheffield 1968, four GIN, BRANDY, WHISKY and SHERRY wine labels, by Richards & Knight, London 1977-85, die-stamped cartouche form with an embossed border of shell and scroll motifs, incised titles, one RUM die-stamped cartouche form with an embossed border of shells, grape and vine and lions mask motif, incised title, a PORT example, by Emma Dear, London 1843 and two Scottish examples one incised RUM, Edinburgh 1824 the other incised SHERRY, by James & William Marshall, weight of weighable silver 48oz. (Qty)
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