Silver & Objects of Vertu including Flatware

13 Apr 2011, starting at 11:00 BST .

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A collection of six silver caddy spoons, predominately by the Batemans, (6)

Five Modern silver caddy spoons and a small jewellery box (6)

A George III silver leaf-shaped caddy spoon, maker's mark TE, possibly for Thomas Ellis, London 1805,

A George III silver Fiddle and Thread pattern caddy spoon, by M & E Sumner, London 1809, another caddy spoon, a mote spoon and a German sifter spoon (4)

A George III silver Fiddle pattern caddy spoon, probably by Edward Furnice, no town mark, London 1814, a sugar sifting spoon, a caddy spoon, two vinaigrettes and a pap boat. (6)

Four early 19th century Scottish provincial silver Old English pattern table spoons, marked 'M' 'IK' 'B', by John Keith, Banff, circa 1800-1820, with five George III silver Old English pattern table spoons, by Solomon Hougham, London 1793, and a George III silver Old English pattern bright-engraved basting spoon, by Thomas Northcote, London 1791, (10)

A George II silver marrow spoon, by Peter Bennett, London 1743,

A George III silver ring-end meat skewer, by Sumner & Crossley, London 1776,

A pair of George III Irish silver sugar tongs, by John Power, Dublin no date letter circa 1800, five further pairs of sugar tongs and a pair of sugar nips.(7)

A George III silver mounted toddy ladle, by Thomas Morley, London 1788, a pickle fork, a mustard spoon, a teaspoon and a pair of French salt cellars.(5)

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