Antique Silver and Silver Plate Serving Sets, Carving Sets, Dessert Sets, Knives, Forks, Fish Servers, Spoons, Lobster Crackers, Berry Spoons and Grape Shears
A very pretty late Victorian silver shovel shaped tea caddy spoon with a floral and scroll pattern handle with a beautifully engraved floral scene on the inside of the shovel. In very good original condition. (1895).
A beautiful boxed set of twelve Edwardian silver tea spoons with a matching pair of sugar tongs fitted in a red silk and velvet lined box. Engraved on the handles with a floral and scroll design with a C engraved in the cartouche. In very good original condition. (1905).
A very handsome and unusual pair of Victorian close plated lobster crackers, the hinged jaws have a serrated zig-zag design for gripping the lobster and a beaded style handle. In very good original condition. (Circa 1875).
A very stylish pair of Victorian silver plated serving fork and spoon with ebony wood carved rope design handles fitted in an Elkington & Co blue velvet lined box. In very good silver plated condition. (Circa 1885).
Charming Georgian silver tea caddy spoon with a scalloped shaped bowl with leaf chasing, fiddle and thread handle with initials. (1790).
Antique Victorian silver plated Stilton scoop with a carved ivory fluted handle and ball finial. The curved spade shaped blade is unusually long and is in perfect original condition. (1890).
Victorian two piece silver Christening set comprising a fork and spoon which have been beautifully engraved with flowers and an empty cartouch. In their original fitted and purple velvet lined box. (1891).
Good quality boxed set of six silver plated lobster picks with a central engraved lobster motif and fitted in their original black velvet lined box. (c.1940)
Pair of silver plated Victorian fish servers fitted in their original box. The blades are engraved with a floral and scroll pattern, the handles are beaded and have an empty scroll and leaf empty cartouche. (c.1880)
Georgian silver fish slice with a fiddle pattern handle and the crested blade is pierced with floral scroll work. (1834)