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|A very good hook-end stuffing spoon with bright-cut decoration, Cork circa 1790 by Carden Terry initialled [GJ].
|A large Hanoverian basting spoon with double knop by William Soame, London 1733 crested with 2 flags out of a coronet for CALVERT.
|A Hanoverian pattern basting spoon by Benjamin Cartwright, London 1739 initialled E*W.
|A fiddle pattern stuffing spoon with town mark, York 1828 by Barber, Cattle and North.
|A pair of Old English stuffing spoons by Richard Crossley, London 1796 crested with a demi-stag rearing.
|A pair of Old English stuffing spoons by George Giles overstriking the Batemans, London 1798 crested with a plough beneath GOD SPEED THE PLOUGH.
|An Old English pattern strainer spoon with fixed divider by William and Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh 1805 initialled L.
|A fiddle, thread and shell stuffing spoon of good gauge, Canton circa 1830 by Yat Shing, initialled [RTRJ].
|A strainer spoon by Smith and Fearn, London 1786 crested with a demi-damsel holding a tower.
|A King's variant stuffing spoon with star, London 1821 by John and Henry Lias, crested for Cowper/Cooper.
|A half-fiddle pattern stuffing spoon by Paul Callard, London 1759 crested with a demi-fox grasping a pike.
|A pair of serving spoons, the handles with stylised chinoiserie motifs by T. Wilkinson, Birmingham 1884.
|An Old English stuffing spoon of good gauge , Newcastle 1841 by Reid and Sons crested with the head and shoulders of a man out of a coronet.
|A 6-tined fiddle pattern salad fork by George Smith, London 1805, crested with a moor's head.
|A fiddle pattern salad fork by Mary Sumner, London 1808 crested with a hawk belled and jessed.
|A dognose stuffing spoon London, 1878 by Francis Higgins, engraved with the arms of Scott.