A collection of English and European silver spoons
A collection of English and European silver spoons. Consisting of a 20th century Dutch silver spoon ornately decorated with mermaids and cherubs to the stem and terminating with a finial depicting a couple riding on a horse drawn carriage, marked with a post 1953 .835 lion passant mark, Minerva mark and dated 1976, two Dutch silver caddy spoons both embossed to the bowl with a rural scene depicting a young gentleman playing ball with a dog, the stems formed as cartouches terminating with dolphin finials, struck 800, a George V silver caddy spoon in the form of a shovel with the bowl embossed with a figure of a soldier, the handle mounted with a cockrell, mark of George Bedingham, Birmingham import mark for 1910, an Edwardian silver apostle spoon, mark of Haseler Brothers (Edward John Haseler & Noble Haseler), London 1902, a pair of silver George III old English pattern condiment spoons, indistinct makers mark, London 1811, a silver George IV fiddle pattern condiment spoon, mark of William Chawner II, London 1825 together with a small European silver sifting spoon. (9 items) Weight: 217 grams.
Auction Date: December 2013