SOLD! for $420.00.
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- Low Estimate: $350.00
- High Estimate: $400.00
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7 English and Scottish sterling silver serving spoons by various makers, including the Bateman family. Includes 2 matching stuffing spoons with elongated oval handles having engraved crest with lion in crown and motto, "Ignavus Nunquam," hallmarks for James Ker, Edinburgh, 1786-88; 3 nearly identical berry spoons with gilded repousse bowls and floral engraved handles, hallmarks for John Stone, Exeter, 1840-41, John Keith, London, 1815-16, and George Ferris, Exeter, 1829-30; and 2 tablespoons with nearly bright cut engraved decoration to the oval handles and monograms ES and GER, hallmarks for Peter and Ann Bateman, London, 1793-94 and Peter and William Bateman, London, 1808-1809. Combined weight: 16.815 oz troy. CONDITION: Stuffing and table spoons with wear to spoon tips, other items with minor wear commensurate with age, overall very good condition.