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A selection of silver to include various spoons, sugar tongs, napkin rings & condiments.

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A selection of silver to include a monogram engraved Fiddle pattern table spoon, hallmarked Sarah & John William Blake, London 1815, eight initial engraved teaspoons, hallmarked with maker's mark 'S W', probably London 1792, three pairs of sugar tongs of various designs, hallmarked London 1825, 1831 and Birmingham 1906, a cased set of napkin rings decorated with chevron and beaded borders and initial engraving, hallmarked A Round, Birmingham 1915, a foliate embossed and a plain napkin ring, both hallmarked silver, two matched salt and pepper shakers, both hallmarked Birmingham, and a spoon and mustard pot with blue glass liner, hallmarked to various makers, Birmingham 1904 and 1918. Overall weight 15.7ozt (489.6g).

Condition Report:
- Items show varied degrees of surface scratching, marks, wear and tarnishing.
- Tea spoons are bumpy and uneven to central bowls. Tea spoons are missing Assay mark.
- Tongs are misaligned to terminals. One edge to bowl of larger item is slightly bashed and nibbled.
- Cased napkin rings are very bashed and creased, with some deep scratches and dark tarnishing marks. Box is in fair condition.
- Gauge to pepper pots are quite thin, and covers are very bashed.
- Mustard pot is dirty and tarnished to areas.
- Hallmarks are rubbed and obscured to several items, especially maker's marks.
- Condition reports are offered as a guide only and we highly recommend inspecting any lot to satisfy yourself as to its condition.

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A selection of silver to include a monogram engraved Fiddle pattern table spoon, hallmarked Sarah & John William Blake, London 1815, eight initial engraved teaspoons, hallmarked with maker's mark 'S W', probably London 1792, three pairs of sugar tongs of various designs, hallmarked London 1825, 1831 and Birmingham 1906, a cased set of napkin rings decorated with chevron and beaded borders and initial engraving, hallmarked A Round, Birmingham 1915, a foliate embossed and a plain napkin ring, both hallmarked silver, two matched salt and pepper shakers, both hallmarked Birmingham, and a spoon and mustard pot with blue glass liner, hallmarked to various makers, Birmingham 1904 and 1918. Overall weight 15.7ozt (489.6g).

Condition Report:
- Items show varied degrees of surface scratching, marks, wear and tarnishing.
- Tea spoons are bumpy and uneven to central bowls. Tea spoons are missing Assay mark.
- Tongs are misaligned to terminals. One edge to bowl of larger item is slightly bashed and nibbled.
- Cased napkin rings are very bashed and creased, with some deep scratches and dark tarnishing marks. Box is in fair condition.
- Gauge to pepper pots are quite thin, and covers are very bashed.
- Mustard pot is dirty and tarnished to areas.
- Hallmarks are rubbed and obscured to several items, especially maker's marks.
- Condition reports are offered as a guide only and we highly recommend inspecting any lot to satisfy yourself as to its condition.

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