TWO GEORGE III HANOVARIAN PATTERN SILVER SOUP LADLES, A TEAPOT STAND AND A GEORGE IV SALVER, all London, with maker's marks of: the ladles, 1809 and 1811, William & Peter Bateman, the teapot stand, 1800, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, the salver, 1824, William Brown, the first ladle with shell bowl, the shaped oval stand with incurved corners, on four tapering reeded feet, monogrammed within wreath, with bright cut and wrigglework band--6½in. (16.5cm.) long, the shaped circular salver on four knuckled foliate scroll feet, engraved with crest, flat chased with broad band of C scroll enclosed flowers or scalework, and further flowers, with molded border and applied elaborate ruffled rocaille and scroll rim--8½in. (21.5cm.) wide, 31.5oz.