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A George III pair of silver shoe buckles

Birmingham, c.1786-90

of rounded rectangular form with a "knife edge" cast border surrounded by fine beading, each fitted with an Eley Patent style spring release chape. Stamped "25"

Note: whilst Birmingham was a key centre of Bucklemaking the popular Eley chape is seldom found in association with Birmingham Assayed buckles. The few examples that do survive are by the silversmith Thomas Willmore. That this pair do not bear any maker's mark may suggest that they were manufactured before the court ruling in late 1790 when Eley was found (probably unfairly) not to hold the patent on this particular spring mechanism. 

Size: 5.5cm long

Stock Number: A676

Price: £190


A superb Scottish George III set of twelve silver tablespoons

Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh, 1771

Old English Laurelled (Feather) Edge pattern, finely engraved with period crests for STEWART/STUART

Excellent condition and marks.

Size: 20.5cm long

Weight: 23oz

Stock Number: A675

Price: £960


A George IV Provincial silver tea caddy spoon

Barber, Cattle and North, York, 1825

Old English pattern with a circular bowl, profuse bright cut engraved decoration with a vacant cartouche.

Heavy gauge, crisp marks.

Note: period bright cut engraved decoration on any York flatware is rare but particularly so on caddy spoons.

Size: 11cm long

Weight: 1oz

Stock Number: A674

Price: £425


Double Duty: A George III silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knife and fork

Sheffield, 1797 (12th-13th July)

the plain mother of pearl handles inset with navette silver reserves initialled "CC" retained in the original leather slip case base. Original condition and remaining untouched.

Note: whilst a complete and original pair only the fruit fork bears the rare double duty mark. In Simon Moore's Article in The Finial of Jan 1995 he notes that the Sheffield Assay Office received a note dated 13th of July 1797 to commence the double striking of the Duty mark to denote the rise from 6d to 1s an ounce. It is therefore very likely that this set was marked the day before and after receipt of this instruction and represent one of the very first examples of a double duty mark from the Sheffield Assay Office.

Size: 8cm closed

Stock Number: A673

Price: £295


Channel Islands: A George III silver teaspoon

George Hamon, Jersey, c.1770

Old English pattern with a shell heel to the bowl and an unusual elongated rib to the reverse of the stem, initialled "ABS" 

Size: 12.5cm long

Weight: 8dwt

Stock Number: A671

Price: £65


A fine Dutch silver dognose spoon

maker's mark a Device, Rotterdam, 1734 (also with the later Tax mark for Antique silver)

Dognose Pattern, the flared stem with crisply chamfered edges, with a fine pronounced rattail to the reverse of the bowl.


(superb marks) 

Size: 20.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 13dwt

Stock Number: A670

Price: £275


An Arts and Crafts silver spoon

Amy Sandheim, London, 1938

Slip Top pattern. This was made only a year before Amy ceased working and shows her adopting the pared back simplicity of earlier times.

(A heavy gauge and well made spoon)

Size: 16.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 11dwt

Stock Number: A669

Price: sold


A Scottish Provincial George III pair of silver sugar tongs

James Douglas, Dundee, c.1796-1820

Old English pattern

Size: 15cm long

Weight: 1oz 1dwt

Stock Number: A667

Price: £160


A George III Provincial silver marrow scoop

Jason Holt of Plymouth, Exeter, c.1760

of typical form but with the unusual feature of fine drops to the reverse of both the smaller and larger bowls, crested.

Size: 21cm long

Weight: 1oz 2dwt

Stock Number: A665

Price: £380


A rare American Colonial silver marrow scoop

Samuel Tingley, New York, c.1760-70

of typical form with a single struck maker's mark, of heavy gauge.

Size: 22cm long

Weight: 1oz 14dwt

Stock Number: A664

Price: £575


A George III silver Military Merit Medal

London, 1801

engraved with the insignia of the 8th King's Regiment of Foot and inscribed "Military Merit, In Token of Fourteen Years Faithful Service."

Size: 45cm diameter

Weight: 14dwt

Stock Number: A663

Price: £475


A George III Scottish Provincial pair of silver sugar tongs

maker's mark EW, Perth, c.1810

Fiddle pattern form with fluted bowls, initialled "MD" in script.

Note: these marks are currently attributed to Ewan Wilson of Perth, a rarely found maker. The double headed Eagle mark appears alongside a previously unrecorded anchor for this maker. Though the anchor is an unusual mark to find on Perth silver both James Wright and John Pringle incorporated a version of it into their own marks.



Size: 15.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 12dwt

Stock Number: A662

Price: £195


A rare George III Provincial silver barrel beaker

Joseph Walley of Liverpool, Chester, 1st December 1784-28th January 1785

of barrel form, engraved with staves, later initialed to the base.

Note: a near identical beaker also by Joseph Walley is illustrated in Chester Silver 1727-1837, M.Ridgway, Worcester, 1985 p.209 Item 3, Fig 21.  The precise date given for this beaker is possible due to the combination of date letter and the incuse duty mark.

Size: 7.5cm high

Weight: 3oz 5dwt

Stock Number: A661

Price: £1,275


An early Victorian silver mustard pot

Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield, 1842

of pierced openwork drum form with a leaf capped scroll handle and a domed cover with a cast openwork thumbpiece, crested, Fitted with the original frosted glass liner, minor nibbling to the rim.


Note: very good gauge, interestingly the cover bears the combined date letter and town mark punch whilst the body bears the separate punches, so both variations for that year are on one piece. 

Size: 7.5cm high

Weight: 3oz 12dwt free

Stock Number: A660

Price: £260


A rare George II Provincial pair of silver tea tongs

Thomas Burrough, Devizes, c.1755-60

of simple scroll scissor form with cast shell bowls, initialled "J L".

Note: Burrough was also a prominent bookseller in Devizes.

Size: 12.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 2dwt

Stock Number: A659

Price: £320


A rare George III Provincial silvergilt snuff box

John Abbott of Liverpool, Chester, 1815-6

the large circular box with a concave base and convex cover, entirely decorated with finely engraved bands of complex engine turning, all around a central circular armorial reserve, the interior fire gilt. Bearing the Arms of Richmond of Rodbourne.

Provenance: The Collection of the late Sir Richard Parsons.

Note: this unrecorded "JA" punch is most likely a variation of that of John Abbot whose partnership (Abbot and Jones) was dissolved in 1816. Any Chester assayed box of this period is extremely rare, let alone such a fine example by a seldom found maker.

Size: 8cm diameter

Weight: 4oz 16dwt

Stock Number: A658

Price: £1400


An Important Irish Charles II Provincial trefid spoon

Hercules Beere, Youghal, c.1670

Trefid pattern with a ribbed rattail to the bowl, initialled "W*O" This is the third spoon to be discovered from an exceptionally rare Youghal set by Hercules Beere. The first was published in "Cork Silver and Gold Four Centuries of Craftsmanship"by Conor and O'Brien, 2005, p.151 No.CS223. The second was at Woolley & Wallis Auctioneers 25th January 2006 Lot 322. This third example had lain unrecorded in a Private Leicestershire Collection since the late 1960's and has only just appeared onto the market. (Note: it is a far better weight and condition than the Woolley's example)

Size: 20cm long

Weight: 1oz 14dwt

Stock Number: A657

Price: ££12,500


A George II silver caster

Samuel Welder, London, 1735

of baluster form with a domed pierced foilate cover and cast knopped final. The base engraved "MB her legacy to AH*I" with a scratchweight of "15=16" for an entire set of three casters.

In superb original condition.

Size: 13cm high

Weight: 4oz 4dwt

Stock Number: A656

Price: £445


A Louis XV silver tumbler cup

Lazare-Antoine Clerin, Paris, 1761

plain circular with a reeded rim and finely engraved period Ducal Armorial, bearing the decharge mark to the rim

Size: 6cm high

Weight: 1oz 17dwt

Stock Number: A652

Price: £360


A fine early Dutch silver pocket corkscrew


of cast baluster form with gadrooned and wrythen borders, the handle with cast shell and scroll decoration, unscrewing to reveal a plain steel helix, the base engraved with a finely engraved period armorial

Size: 8.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 7dwt

Stock Number: A647

Price: £675


A fine Irish Queen Anne pair of silver salt cellars

Jospeh Walker, Dublin, c.1700-5

of rare dodecagonal trencher form with circular bowls, initialled " G over R*A" together with a crest engraved all above an inscription "Newry 1718"

Of a heavy gauge and large size.

Size: 7.5cm diameter

Weight: 6oz 5dwt

Stock Number: A645

Price: £3,750


A rare Scottish Provincial George III silver tablespoon

Dalyell & Hunter, Dumfries, c.1775

Hanoverian pattern, initialled "W over RM"

Provenance: How of Edinburgh.

Amongst the rarest of Scottish Provincial marks, in over ten years only one other tablespoon and a teaspoon bearing this short lived partnerships mark has been noted.

In superb original condition

Size: 21cm long

Weight: 1oz 13dwt

Stock Number: A641

Price: £2,250


A George II Provincial silver pap boat

Jospeh Collier of Plymouth, Exeter, 1749

of plain oval form with a pouring lip.

Excellent colour, a rare early form in West Country silver

Size: 11.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 14dwt

Stock Number: A639

Price: £1,250


A George III pair of silver sugar tongs

Edward Sawyer, Birmingham, 1779

feather edge pattern with engraved foliate bowls, lightly erased and re-initialled "B over ME"

Whilst Birmingham became a major centre for the production of silver smallwork and toys in the eighteenth century, relatively little flatware was ever produced, especially within the first ten years of the Assay Office opening. A rare pair of sugartongs.

Size: 13cm long

Weight: 19dwt

Stock Number: A638

Price: £240


An early Swiss silver etui

maker's mark H crowned, Vevey, c.1730-50

of plain tapering oval form with stiff leaf engraved borders and a domed faceted cover, traces of gilding

Size: 9.5cm long

Weight: 9dwt

Stock Number: A637

Price: £220


A Scottish Provincial George III pair of silver sugar tongs

Robert Keay I, Perth, c.1810-20

Fiddle Pattern, initialled "MB"

Size: 15cm long

Weight: 1oz 1dwt

Stock Number: A634

Price: £78


A fine George III silver salver

maker's mark TC (probably Thomas Carter), London, 1784

circular with a beaded rim raised on four bracket feet, finely engraved with a period Armorial for the Campbell family

Size: 35cm diameter

Weight: 41oz 2dwt

Stock Number: A632

Price: £1,450


A rare George III pair of silver sugartongs

Charles Neale and Daniel May I, London, 22 March 1783-12 January 1784

bright cut engraved and initialled C over G*A

Neale and May were only in partnership for a period of ten months making this pair of tongs a particular rarity

Size: 14.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 2dwt

Stock Number: A629

Price: £125


A rare George II silver tablespoon

Richard Pargeter, London, 1732

Hanoverian pattern, initialled "T I*E" Inscribed to the reverse of the bowl George & Vulture, Cornhill" also initialled "H&M" to the reverse of the stem and bowl and initialled "B" to the inside of the bowl. The George and Vulture Inn stands today in St.Michael's Alley, Cornhill as one of London's last remaining Chop Houses. It has numerous claims to fame, or at least notoriety being one of the meeting places for the debauched "Hell Fire Club" in the early part of the 18th century. The Drury Lane Actor and Comedian Richard Estcourt founded his "Beefsteak Club" at the Inn. Though it was to achieve worldwide fame in the 19th century as the fictional London residence of Mr Pickwick in Charles Dickens "Pickwick Papers". Several London Inns and Taverns would have their name and address inscribed on valuable silver to discourage less illustrious customers from illicitly removing them. The subsequent engraved initials may refer to it being held for the use of a specific customer or society which frequented the George and Vulture. It is indeed likely that the single "B" in the bowl refers to the Beefsteak Club.

Size: 20cm long

Weight: 1oz 16dwt

Stock Number: A626

Price: £575


An unusual George III silver serving spoon with mourning inscription

maker's mark T (?), London, 1792

Old English pattern, inscribed:

"Thomas Edgcome, Died Dec 18th 1791, Aged 44 years"



Size: 31cm long

Weight: 3oz 1dwt

Stock Number: A625

Price: £240


A George III pair of silver sugartongs

Stephen Adams I, London, c.1775-80

the rare concave arms with beaded borders and unusually elongated chased wrythen shell bowls, foliate engraved sprays bordering the script initials "TEM"

Size: 14.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 5dwt

Stock Number: A624

Price: £85


A George IV pair of silver school prize medals

one Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, the other George Knight, London, 1823

circular with reeded and matted laurel borders and plain suspension rings, engraved as prizes for "ENGLISH" and "FRENCH", both awarded to "MISS PORTER"

Size: 3.5cm diameter

Weight: 11 dwt all in

Stock Number: A620

Price: £260


An Irish Provincial George III silver tablespoon

Carden Terry, Cork, c.1785-95

Old English Celtic taper pattern, profusely bright-cut engraved and initailled "JAL"

Size: 22cm long

Weight: 2oz

Stock Number: A617

Price: £270


Channel Islands: A George II silver tablespoon

Jean Gavey, Jersey, c.1750

Hanoverian pattern, crested

Size: 20cm long

Weight: 2oz 7dwt

Stock Number: A615

Price: £340


A George II pair of silver tablespoons

Philip Roker II, London, 1733

Hanoverian pattern, crested

Excellent marks

Size: 20.5cm long

Weight: 4oz 7dwt

Stock Number: A611

Price: £320


Worshipful Company of Salters: A Victorian silver salt spoon

John Bodman Carrington for Carrington & Co. overstriking George Fox, London, 1893

the gilt shell bowl with cast rocaille stem surmounted by the Company's Arms and Motto "Sal Sapit Omnia" (salt flavours everything), initialled "V"

Size: 12cm long

Weight: 11dwt

Stock Number: A609

Price: £75


An early Dutch silver comfit/snuff box

Jan de Hoop, Amsterdam, 1736

of rare Heart shape the cover cast with three Maidens in a field gathering flowers in the folds of their dresses.

There can be little doubt that from the rare shape and decoration of the box that it intended to serve as a Love Token though practically it may have been used either for comfits or for snuff.



Size: 5cm long

Weight: 1oz

Stock Number: A607

Price: £1,500


A rare George III silver Armorial wine label

unmarked, c.1770

pierced and engraved with the crest and motto of Ayscough of Newcastle, Northumberland and Scotland, titled "SWEET WINE"

Size: 4cm long

Weight: 3dwt

Stock Number: A605

Price: £495


A fine Victorian silver sifting spoon

Charles Thomas and George Fox, London, 1852

with a gilt shell bowl pierced with foliate scrolls and a cast rocaille handle, matted and hand chased throughout, crested

In superb pristine condition 

Size: 17.5cm long

Weight: 2oz 9dwt

Stock Number: A604

Price: £575


A George II pair of rococo silver gilt tea tongs

Philip Roker II, London, c.1739-55

of cast and chased naturalistic form with the arms finely modelled as leaf entwined branches

maker's mark and standard mark clearly struck to each foliate bowl

extremely crisp detailing throughout

Size: 12cm long

Weight: 1oz 2dwt

Stock Number: A602

Price: £275


A German brass and steel fork

Carlsbad, c.1740

the pistol shaped handle with cast brass Coach and Horses decoration

Provenance: Ex Bill Brown collection

Size: 18cm long

Stock Number: A597

Price: £175


An early American Colonial pair of silver tea tongs

maker's mark AB struck twice, tentatively ascribed to Adrian Bancker, New York, c.1730-40

of cast scroll scissor form with naive foliate engraved decoration to the hinge, initialled 'LG' and marked twice just above the finger rings with AB beneath a foliate device.

Adrian Bancker's mark is usually AB struck within a plain oval, Belden however notes another AB punch within a heart which she tentatively ascribes to Bancker and another version of his mark within a rectangular punch is recorded in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on a silver cream pot (accession no.44.88). With no other candidiate of the period bearing the correct initials it is more than likely that these tongs bear another unrecorded early version of his mark.

In excellent original condition.

Size: 11.5cm long

Weight: 16dwt

Stock Number: A590

Price: £1,650


Last Chester Date Letter: A silver Armada dish

Margaret Joyce and John ffoulkes Lowe, Chester, 1st July-24th August 1962

the plain circular dish with a double reeded border, bearing large specimen marks for the last Chester date letter

The last Chester date letter was used for only 55 days from the 1st July until 24th August 1962.


Size: 11.5cm diameter

Weight: 3oz 14dwt

Stock Number: A586

Price: £190


A George III pair of silver serving spoons

William Eley and William Fearn, London, 1804

Old English pattern with finely engraved Crests for Gordon (or Hay-Gordon)

In superb condition with clear marks

Size: 30.5cm long

Weight: 7oz 6dwt

Stock Number: A580

Price: £275


A Canadian Victorian pair of silver sugar tongs

William James Veith, Halifax, Nova Scotia, c.1850

Fiddle pattern

fully marked to both arms, one set of marks appears to overstrike the punches of another Canadian maker and may account for why the tongs were double struck with identical marks

Size: 16.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 10dwt

Stock Number: A575

Price: £280


An Early American silver soup ladle

Daniel Van Voorhis, New York, c.1785-90

Old English pattern with a pronounced rib to the reverse of the stem, finely bright cut engraved with a cartouche and pendant drop, initialled 'H.A.M' for the Morris family of New York

Maker's mark struck twice

In excellent condition and of a very fine colour

Note: A matching set of ten tablespoons by the same maker for the Morris family were sold at Christie's New York sale of Important American Silver (23/01/09, Lot 100).

Size: 32cm long

Weight: 4oz 4dwt

Stock Number: A569

Price: £875


A James II Provincial silver tumbler cup

Marmaduke Best, York, 1688

plain circular engraved with a naive scrollwork cartouche enclosing the initials 'P over W*G'

Provenance: formerly from the collections of the famous author Agatha Christie

No more could be asked, in terms of provenance, condition and the superb original blue grey colour, of this rare untouched piece of seventeenth century provincial silver. An exceptional example.


Size: 7.5cm diameter

Weight: 2oz 6dwt

Stock Number: A565

Price: £13,950


A fine Queen Anne silver tobacco box

Benjamin Pyne, London, 1710-11

oval with moulded borders and a pull off cover superbly engraved with the ship Christopher and presentation inscribed to the interior

Richard DuCane was an important Huguenot at the begining of the 18th century, he was a Director of the Bank of England and a portrait of him admist his large family can still be seen in the NPG.

Christopher Burrow was a Captain for the British East India Company.


Size: 10cm long

Weight: 3oz 10dwt

Stock Number: A562

Price: £6,950


A George II silver caster

George Weir, London, c.1727-9

of baluster form with a finely pierced and ribbed domed cover, engraved with the period Crest of the Kirby family

Weir had an unusually short working career of only 2 years but his work was highly accomplished, this caster in particular is of the heaviest gauge and identical pattern to examples produced by DeLamerie at the same period.


Size: 15cm high

Weight: 8oz 3dwt

Stock Number: A559

Price: £1,950


A very fine George II silver salver

Paul Crespin, London, 1744

shaped circular with a tied reeded rim interspersed with rocaille shells and engraved with a central period armorial within a foliate rococo cartouche, all raised on three incurved tapering bracket feet.

Scratch Weight: 'No.1 36="2'""

Paul Crespin was one of the most important Huguenot Goldsmiths working in London in the middle of the eighteenth century. His work can be found in all the major American and European Museums.

He worked to latest French taste for an elite clientele, this salver being in the most fashionable, yet restrained, Parisian taste of the period. A very rare opportunity to own a piece from the workshop of one of the great makers.

Size: 33cm diameter

Weight: 34oz 17dwt

Stock Number: A556

Price: £7,700


A rare William III North Country dognose spoon

maker's mark II struck twice alongside an incuse fleur-de-lys, York/Leeds, c.1700

Dognose pattern with a pronounced ribbed rattail to the bowl.

These particular marks are recorded by Jackson on a Communion Paten in a prominent York Church, bearing the inscription "Given to Holy Trinity Church Goodramgate 1706" (Jacksons p.524)

Whilst a fleur de lys mark can be found on Leeds plate of the period (which is found on some Yorkshire Church Plate), there is a mention of a 'Mr Jones of York' for whom no work has currently been found. He was fined by the Goldsmiths Company for selling substandard gold rings in 1700, precisely at the time when hallmarking had been briefly suspended in York and interim punches may have been employed.

A rare example of these highly intriguing North Country marks

Size: 20cm long

Weight: 1oz 9dwt

Stock Number: A553

Price: £2,950


A George III Provincial pair of silver sugartongs

Thomas Wigan, Bristol, c.1770

Old English Laurelled Edge, initialled at right angles to the bow 'I+H'

A rare example of Bristol silver

Size: 13cm long

Weight: 1oz

Stock Number: A550

Price: £220


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Stock Number: A000

Price: On Request


An Arts and Crafts silver and lapis lazuli caddy spoon

Bernard Cuzner for Liberty & Co., Birmingham, 1902

the planished fig shaped bowl with a square flared stem applied with wirework borders and ropetwist details beneath a polished lapis finial bordered with chased leaves. A rare and early example of the work of Bernard Cuzner for Liberty & Co.

Size: 10.5cm long

Weight: 17dwt all in

Stock Number: A544

Price: £1,350


A Scottish Provincial Victorian pair of sugar tongs

John Duncan and James Begg, Aberdeen, c.1837-44

Fiddle pattern with shell fluted bowls, initialled 'DMK'

Rarely these tongs bear the marks of two different Aberdeen silversmiths


Size: 15cm long

Weight: 1oz 10dwt

Stock Number: A521

Price: £240


A rare Scottish Provincial George III silver Quaich

Donald Fraser (early mark), Inverness, c.1804-10

of circular form with twin lug handles, initialled for subsequent members of the same family 'R MD' and 'A M McD'

Excellent heavy gauge

Size: 10cm long

Weight: 2oz 17dwt

Stock Number: A515

Price: £2,250


An Irish Provincial George III silver waiter

Daniel Lysaght, Limerick, c.1780-4

shaped circular with a shell and scroll border, all raised on three pad feet, crested and initialled

The crest is that of O'Beirne of Connaught

Note: this waiter has the identical cast border as waiters known by Samuel and Joseph Johns of Limerick.

Several Limerick Goldsmiths were known in the later part of the eighteenth centruy to have adopted a Harp punch outline, as is the case with this mark. When Lysaght was required to register a mark at the Dublin office this clearly would have been an inappropriate design so a plain rectangular punch was used after this date, c.1784.

Size: 16.5cm diameter

Weight: 8oz

Stock Number: A493

Price: £5,750


Royal: A George V silver dessert spoon

William Hutton & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1924

Albany pattern, inscribed to the bowl:

'Wick Hill House, Bracknell, Berks 22nd April 1924' the interior of the bowl engraved with the Royal Arms

Note: Wick Hill was the home of the extraordinary Clement St.George Royds Littledale, a true Victorian explorer and big game hunter who provided many specimens for the Natural History Museum.

He is known to have entertained Royalty with Edward VII coming for lunch in 1902 and leaving with Littledales prize Ibex head! This spoon records a later informal Royal visit by the Prince of Wales (Edward VIII, then Duke of Windsor) at a time when he was preparing to undertake the famous 1925 tour of Africa. On such occasions the host would often take the table silver used by the member of the Royal family and have it engraved as a memento.

Size: 18.5cm long

Weight: 1oz 18dwt

Stock Number: A415

Price: £P.O.A


'An Illustrated Guide to York Hallmarks 1776-1858..'

published June 2010, author Michael Baggott

'An Illustrated Guide to York Hallmarks 1776-1858 & A Transcript and Index of the York Assay Office Ledger 1805-1821'

The book comprises a photographic guide to York hallmarks covering the period 1776-1858, a catalogue of examples of items produced by York silversmiths during this period and most importantly a Transcript and Index of the York Assay Office Ledger (1805-1821) detailing each item sent for assay over this period.

The book is Hardback, A4 size, 328 pages with over 120 black and white illustrations. It is a limited editon of  100 copies.

Due to size and weight postage for the book within the UK is £7.50 by Royal Mail recorded delivery.

Overseas clients are requested to email us for a postage quote


Size: A4

Weight: -

Stock Number: A127

Price: sold