Explore M Monogram, Silver Plate, and more!

Explore related topics

Nice example of a William IV Fiddle Pattern Silver Teaspoon by the Glasgow silversmith Peter Aitkin. Good clear maker's initials 'P.A' and hallmarks for Glasgow 1831 (M). Monogram to terminal.

Antique Silver Teaspoon, John Round, Hallmarked Sheffield 1909

Nice example of a William IV Fiddle Pattern Silver Teaspoon by the Glasgow silversmith Peter Aitkin. Good clear maker's initials 'P.A' and hallmarks for Glasgow 1831 (M). Monogram to terminal.

Victorian Silver Spoon By Robert, James & Josiah Williams Exeter | Antique & Collectable Silver Spoons

Victorian Silver Teaspoon, Robert, James & Josiah Williams, Exeter Hallmarks, 1852

Mid Victorian era sterling silver teaspoon made by Robert, James & Josiah Williams, Exeter. Good clear maker's initials and hallmarks for Exeter Engraved monogram to terminal.

Solid sterling silver mustard / condiment spoon with London hallmarks for 1832 Armorial Crest to terminal. Old English pattern. Maker's initials 'RH' - believed to be for Robert Hennell II, London.

Sterling Silver Mustard Spoon, Robert Hennell II, London 1832

Good example of a William IV Solid Silver Mustard / Condiment Spoon. Armorial Crest to terminal. Old English pattern. Maker's initials 'RH' - believed to be for Robert Hennell II, London. Hallmarks for London 1832

Superb antique silver bladed fruit knife with mother of pearl scales by maker Henry Wilkinson & Co. Sterling silver blade having good clear hallmarks for Sheffield 1860. MOP scales having a small vacant monogram cartouche to one side. Would make a fine gift or addition to any antique fruit knife collection

Victorian Silver & MOP Folding Fruit Knife, Henry Wilkinson, Superb antique silver bladed fruit knife with mother of pearl scales by maker Henry Wilkinson & Co. Sterling silver blade having good clear hallmarks for Sheffield

Fine example of a Georgian Silver Teaspoon.  Made by the Scottish silversmith David McDonald of Glasgow.  Front face of the terminal having a shell & scroll pattern - single struck King's pattern.  Good clear maker's stamp and hallmarks for Glasgow 1819

Antique Scottish Silver Teaspoon by David McDonald, Glasgow, 1819

Fine example of a Georgian Silver Teaspoon. Made by the Scottish silversmith David McDonald of Glasgow. Front face of the terminal having a shell & scroll pattern - single struck King's pattern. Good clear maker's stamp and hallmarks for Glasgow 1819

Silver Open Salts By Joseph Gloster 1905 Matching Pair by Rhodons

Pair Edwardian Silver Open Salts By Joseph Gloster Superb Pair Of Edwardian Silver Open Salts. Scallop shell shaped with 3 bun feet.

Irish Silver Teaspoon By Samuel Neville, Hallmarks For Dublin 1815 |- Antique & Collectable Irish Silver, Silver Teaspoons

Georgian Irish Silver Teaspoon By Samuel Neville, Dublin, Hallmarks For 1815 (Lot #2)

Irish Silver Teaspoon By Samuel Neville, Dublin 1815

Scottish Sterling Silver Toddy Ladle  Alexander Henderson, Edinburgh 1818  Good example of a Scottish Sterling Silver Toddy Ladle  or Sauce Ladle dating to the  early 19th Century. Armorial crest with motto 'Cresco'  Hallmarks for Edinburgh 1818. Maker's initials 'A C' for Alexander Henderson

Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Toddy Ladle, Sauce Ladle, Alexander Henderson, Edinburgh 1818

Good example of an antique Scottish sterling silver toddy ladle or sauce ladle. Dating to the early Armorial crest with motto 'Cresco'. Hallmarks for Edinburgh Maker's initials 'A C' for Alexander Henderson.

Antique Hardstone Desktop Seal With Monogram Letter G

Desktop Wax Monogram Seal Stamp

Antique Desktop Seal With Monogram. Superb brown coloured carved hard stone stem / handle with an ornately decorated silver / silver-tone t.

George III Silver Sugar Sifter, London 1806 from Rhodons Collectables

George III Silver Sugar Sifter, Straining Ladle By Thomas James, London Hallmarks For 1806

George III Silver Sugar Sifter, London 1806 Fine example of an English Sterling Silver Sifter or Straining Ladle dating to 1806 during the reign of George III. Hallmarks for London 1806 and maker's initials 'T'J' for Thomas James. Monogram 'M' to terminal

Pinterest
Search