WILLIAM IV SILVER CADDY SPOON BY JAMES ...

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OCT52

This exquisite and unusual Fiddle pattern silver caddy spoon is hallmarked for Birmingham 1832 and bears the marks of James Collins. The shaped square bowl with waisted middle section engraved with acorns and foliage. The handle with vacant cartouche and stylised motifs.
The back fully hallmarked.

Hallmarks:

JC for James Collins.
Lion Passant.
Date letter "I" for 1832.

Condition:
Very good.
Good set of marks.
Engravings still very bright.
No tear to the bowl.
Not previously engraved.
Sign of old and nicely executed repair at the back.

Dimensions.
Length: 7cm / 2.7 inches
Bowl: 4cm x 3cm / 1.3 inches x 1.2 inches.

Postage UK: 7 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: 10 International Signed For.
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£165
| $220 USD | €187 EUR

REGENCY SILVER CADDY SPOON BY UNITE & ...

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OCT94

This very pretty Georgian , Regency period, silver caddy spoon was made in Birmingham 1828 by the reputed Unite & Hilliard. The ovoid bowl bright-engraved with a flower head within a prick-dot border.
The hollow handle engraved and initialled.
The back fully hallmarked.

Hallmarks:
Duty mark.
U&Hfor Unite & Hilliard.
Lion Passant.
Date letter "E" for 1828.

Condition:
Bowl in good condition.
Hollow handle with a minor crease/ding at the back as is often the case, hollow handles are prone to dents and dings.

Dimensions.
Length: 8.5cm / 3.2 inches
Bowl: 4cm x 3.5cm / 1.4 inches x 1.2 inches.

Postage UK: 7 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: 10 International Signed For.
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£150
| $200 USD | €170 EUR

GEORGIAN SILVER LEAF-SHAPED CADDY SPOON BY ELIZABETH ...

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SEPT83

This delightful George III silver caddy spoon was made by the very collectable female silversmith Elizabeth Morley and is dated London 1796. The leaf-shaped bowl bright-engraved with a veined centre, within a wavy prick-dot border.

Very pretty tendril loop handle with a leaf-shape.

Leaf-shape caddy spoons are very collectable and rather rare and this is a wonderful example by a female silversmith, dating pre 1800.

Hallmarks:

London Assay mark.
Duty mark.
EM for Elizabeth Morley.
Lion Passant.
Date letter "A" for 1796.

Condition:

Excellent.

Dimensions.

Length: 7.5cm/ 3 inches
Bowl: 6cm x 3cm / 2.2 inches x 1.2 inch.

Postage UK: 7 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: 10 International Signed For.

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EARLY 19TH CENTURY GEORGIAN SILVER FILIGREE CADDY ...

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SEPT68

This is an exquisite Georgian silver filigree tea caddy spoon, the scalloped bowl with plain flutes. Unmarked but these type of spoons date circa 1800

Hallmarks:

Unmarked as was very often the case with filigree caddy spoons. This type of caddy spoons dates circa 1800.

Condition:

Excellent.
No loss to the filigree work.


Dimensions:

Length: 10cm / 4 inches.
bowl: 4.5cm x 4.5cm.

Postage UK: 8 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: 12 International Signed For.

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GEORGIAN SILVER FILIGREE CADDY SPOON, CIRCA 1800 ...

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JANV63

This delicate solid silver filigree caddy spoon dates circa 1800. It has a delightful leaf-shaped scalloped bowl. The handle incorporating an initialled oval cartouche.

Hallmarks:

Unmarked as was always the case with filigree caddy spoons. This type of caddy spoons dates circa 1800.

Condition:

No loss to the filigree work.

There is a finely executed silver repair at the back, as can be seen in photo 3, This repair seems to have been done a long time ago and is beautifully done. The condition is reflected in the price of the spoon.

Dimensions:

Length: 8cm / 3 inches.
bowl: 3cm x 4cm.

Postage UK: 7 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: from 12 International Signed For.

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SOLD