An interesting collection of flatware, comprising: a George I marrow scoop later-engraved with a monogram, William Scarlett, London 1721, a Victorian butter knife with agate handle, a Victorian cheese scoop with carved ivory handle, two bottom-marked Hanoverian pattern tablespoons with rat-tail bowls, one scratch-engraved with initials, a late Victorian Old English pattern sifting spoon with gilt-lined nautilus-shaped bowl, Birmingham 1900, a Scottish Provincial elongated fiddle pattern ladle engraved with initials, John Sid, Perth; two further small ladles, one a bright-cut example, also Scottish Provincial, a set of six Victorian Irish fiddle pattern egg spoons engraved with crests; a set of ten George III Old English pattern teaspoons engraved with monograms, London 1796, a pair of George III bright-cut sugar tongs, a George III leaf-shaped caddy spoon with tendril handle, a George III caddy spoon with rounded handle, two fiddle pattern caddy spoons, one engraved with a crest and with foliate-engraved bowl, the other with shell-fluted bowl, a set of four George III fiddle pattern salt spoons engraved with crests and mottos and with gilt-lined bowls, and a George IV mustard spoon. (a lot)

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An interesting collection of flatware, comprising: a George I marrow scoop later-engraved with a monogram, William Scarlett, London 1721, a Victorian butter knife with agate handle, a Victorian cheese scoop with carved ivory handle, two bottom-marked Hanoverian pattern tablespoons with rat-tail bowls, one scratch-engraved with initials, a late Victorian Old English pattern sifting spoon with gilt-lined nautilus-shaped bowl, Birmingham 1900, a Scottish Provincial elongated fiddle pattern ladle engraved with initials, John Sid, Perth; two further small ladles, one a bright-cut example, also Scottish Provincial, a set of six Victorian Irish fiddle pattern egg spoons engraved with crests; a set of ten George III Old English pattern teaspoons engraved with monograms, London 1796, a pair of George III bright-cut sugar tongs, a George III leaf-shaped caddy spoon with tendril handle, a George III caddy spoon with rounded handle, two fiddle pattern caddy spoons, one engraved with a crest and with foliate-engraved bowl, the other with shell-fluted bowl, a set of four George III fiddle pattern salt spoons engraved with crests and mottos and with gilt-lined bowls, and a George IV mustard spoon.
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