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HESTER BATEMAN TEA CADDY AND SNUFF SPOONS, PLUS, English, mark of Hester Bateman, London 1789 and 1790, three total. Includes a bright cut tea caddy spoon...


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  • HESTER BATEMAN TEA CADDY AND SNUFF SPOONS,
    PLUS, English, mark of Hester Bateman, London 1789 and 1790, three total. Includes a bright cut tea caddy spoon and a snuff spoon, both marked for Hester Bateman, plus another ... [more like this]
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  • English sterling spoons and caddy scoop Hester
    Bateman and other Bateman London 18th/19th century comprising: Hester Bateman spoon L8'' Peter & William Bateman teaspoon L5 1/2'' Peter & Ann Bateman caddy scoop L3 1/2'' ... [more like this]
  • A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON with oval
    bowl engraved and pierced with heart decoration by Peter and William Bateman 1814 2 3/4" long; a caddy spoon with rectangular shaped bowl engraved with flowers by John Bettridge ... [more like this]
  • Bateman silver flatware, tongs, all with
    marks for Peter and Ann Bateman, London: two dessert spoons, bright-cut engraving, 1792, 8-1/2 in.; two pairs tongs, one with bright-cut engraving, 1792 and 1798, 5-1/2 in., ... [more like this]
  • A group of assorted English/Scottish silver
    flatware Comprising: Old English soup ladle with chased shell bowl, George Adams, London, 1879; Fiddle tablespoon, monogrammed: CR, Paul Storr, London, 1813; Old English ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon
    with oval scalloped bowl 4ins overall London 1840 by Mary Chawner & George Adams (terminal engraved) a George III silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon of similar design 3.75ins ... [more like this]
  • A George III silver caddy spoon with shell
    pattern bowl and bright cut handle probably by John Lambe London 1792 a George III silver Old English pattern caddy spoon by Peter Anne and William Bateman date letter worn ... [more like this]
  • A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON fiddle pattern
    with pear shaped bowl by Peter and William Bateman 1812 3 1/2" long; a fiddle pattern caddy spoon with an oval bowl engraved with flowers by George Wintle 1780 and a caddy ... [more like this]
  • GROUP OF GEORGE III AND AMERICAN SILVER SERVING
    PIECES, LATE EIGHTEENTH-NINETEENTH CENTURY. Comprising a small sugar sifter, Hester Bateman, London, 1785-86; two tea caddy spoons, one Peter & Ann Bateman, the other Richard ... [more like this]
  • A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON with a plain
    circular bowl and Old English pattern handle by William Bateman 1820 3 1/2" long; a further spoon by Joseph Taylor and a fiddle pattern caddy spoon (3) ... [more like this]
  • A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN CADDY SPOON
    with plain circular bowl by William Bateman 1821 3 1/2" long; a King's pattern caddy spoon with shell shaped bowl Newcastle 1849 possibly by John Walton and two further spoons ... [more like this]
  • Georgian Silver Tea Accoutrements to include
    tea pot stand with sponsor's mark for Peter and Anne Bateman, London (1795) hallmarks, engraved decoration along shaped edge, raised on four bracket feet (7 x 5.25 in.); a ... [more like this]
  • A George III silver caddy spoon, by Joseph
    Taylor, Birmingham 1812, shovel shaped bowl with engraved decoration, monogrammed, plus a George III silver caddy spoon, by Peter and Ann Bateman, London 1792, fluted bowl, ... [more like this]
  • A George III bright cut caddy spoon, with
    a gilt bowl by Hester Bateman, London 1790 and other George III caddy spoon, with a fan shaped bowl. (2) ... [more like this]
  • A GEORGE III SILVER CADDY SPOON with a pear
    shaped bowl engraved with leaves and bright cut handle 1802 by Peter Ann & William Bateman 3 1/4" long; and a further caddy spoon with a shell shaped bowl and bright cut handle ... [more like this]
  • A collection of English silver caddy spoons Comprising:
    Wm IV Old English spoon, monogrammed: W, Wm. Bateman II, London, 1837; Regency spoon with shell bowl, maker's mark rubbed, part marks for London, 1813; Regency King's Hourglass ... [more like this]
  • A George III caddy spoons Hester Bateman
    London 1786, of Old English pattern with engraved borders and shell scoop; together with a similar smaller example, Hester Bateman London 1787, with short Old English handles ... [more like this]
  • HESTER BATEMAN SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON, English,
    mark of Hester Bateman, London, 1786, with bright cut handle and vacant oval reserve, and shell bowl, 3 in. .322 ozt. ... [more like this]
  • A silver baby rattle, in the form of a seated
    cat, two silver caddy spoons, silver teaspoon by Hester Bateman and two other silver spoons ... [more like this]

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