Gorham sterling silver coffee set of 12 spoons and a sugar nip. The spoons have gold vermeil bowls. Original box. Like-new condition.
Reed and Barton sterling silver salad servers with monogram S on reverse. The pattern is 'Les Six Fleurs' which was introduced in 1901. The fork and spoon are each 9.5 inches long. The pair weighs a substantial 257 grams or 8.28 ounces. Lovely estate condition.
Georgian sterling silver meat skewer. London 1814-15. Maker's mark untraced. Measures 12 inches long and weighs 2.57 ounces troy. Typical wear for its age.
19th century English champagne bucket made from Sheffield silver, leather and wood in the early Arts and Crafts style. Monogrammed "From R. B. 1886". Measures 7 inches tall, 6 inches wide at the base and 5 inches wide at the top with a 4.5 inch wide opening. Excellent original condition.
Embossed Sheffield silver serving spoon. Heavily embossed with a gold vermeil bowl. It measures 9.5 inches long, and is in like-new never used condition. Marked WA Made in Sheffield England EPNS.