1st and 2nd item: Pair of George III silver teaspoons with oval handles and engraved crest of a fist with sword, marks for William Eley, London, sterling, 1804. 9"L. 3rd item: Scottish Berry spoon with downturned oval handle and raised and chased fruit decoration to the gilt-washed bowl, marks for Edinburgh, sterling, maker's mark J.C. (possibly John Crichton & Co., working late 19th century), date letter Z (compressed mark). 8-1/4"L. 4th item: Victorian sterling fish knife, the blade pierced and engraved with the design of a fish, fiddle handle hallmarked for George Adams, London, 1855. 9-1/4". 5th item: Sugar sifter spoon with twist handle and pierced shell shaped bowl, no mark, possibly Old Sheffield plate. 6-3/8". 6th through 8th items: three George III coffee spoons with oval handles, one with bright cut decoration, all with worn marks, approximately 4-1/2"L. Total combined weight of all items (minus the sugar sifter): 9.68 oz troy. Condition: Coffee spoons: one with very small tear to bowl, one with worn bowl, one with repair to handle. Sugar sifter spoon appears replated. Other items in excellent condition.
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