Large Selection of English Sterling Silver Flatware including Bateman family c1790 onwards

Large Selection of English Sterling Silver Flatware including Bateman family c1790 onwards

£55.00

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Seller: Islamique Antiques

Description

Large Selection of English Sterling Silver Flatware including Bateman family c1800

Please note that the price shown is only for item number 3 below.

We are offering these pieces as follows:

1 1792 Lowercase ‘r’ year mark, crowned leopard’s head, lion passant and difficult to read maker’s marks.

Large tablespoon

Owner’s initial’s cursive “F W” on back

20cm long and weighs 51g.

Minor marks and scratches commensurate with age. £80

2 1799 Set of FOUR teaspoons Peter & Ann Bateman

This was final year that this maker’s mark was used

Each one is 13cm long and total weight 64g

The marks are very rubbed and each has same owner’s cursive initials on front £75

3 c1800 Set of FOUR teaspoons with period marriage initials on each: ‘I’ over ‘S W’ 

12cm long and total weight 37g £55 SOLD

4 1801 SET of two by Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult

Large tablespoon 22cm long weighing 56g – crisp hallmarks

& teaspoon 1802 same maker’s mark. £85

5 1802 William Eley early maker’s mark – Teaspoon crisp hallmarks

13cm long and weighs 14g

The marks are very crisp with owner’s cursive initials on front £25

6 1808 Peter & William Bateman just legible maker’s mark

Large tablespoon

22cm long and weighs 58g

Owner’s initial’s cursive “J W” on front

Minor marks and scratches commensurate with age. £95

7 1828 maker’s mark “W E” possibly William Eley

Large tablespoon

22cm long and weighs 58g.

Minor bumps on edge of bowl and minor scratches £80

8 1836 Pair of salt spoons by Charles Shipway

Rare William IV reign

10.5cm long and total weight 28g

The marks are very crisp and each has same owner’s cursive initials on front £65

9 1841 Charles Boynton London

Large tablespoon

22cm long and weighs 58g.

Minor bumps on edge of bowl and minor scratches £80

10 1918 Set of THREE teaspoons beautifully decorated by Charles Wilkes Birmingham.

11.5cm long and total weight 40g £55

11 c1920 A lovely hollow stem, knop terminal possibly Russian spoon decorated with deeply incised floral motif on back of bowl. Tests as minimum 80% silver along with attractive twist stem spoon with two tiny hallmaks. SOLD

Larger one measures 16cm and weighs 42g (heavy for size) £75 SOLD

Please note additional details and photographs available, postage is included and have a look at our other sterling silver pieces.

Dealer Information

  • Store Name: Islamique Antiques
  • Store Address: Suite One
    13-15 Claremont
    Bradford
    West Yorkshire
    BD7 1BQ
  • Phone: 07837392006

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