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little b




Joined: 20 Mar 2010
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Posted: 20/03/2010 
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Hi, I have 5 spoons i'd like some help with please Smile
I bought a box full of miscellaneous cutlery about 6 years ago from an antique shop that was closing down, alot of it was quite new (which I used as everyday cutlery when I left home) There were however, 5 spoons that I put away for safe keeping.

Spoon 1 -









it is 7.5in long, I believe it to be a tablespoon, maybe William Hutton and Sons, Sheffield?

Spoon 2 -









This one is 5.5in long. I think it is Thomas Turner & Co, Sheffield.

Spoons 3, 4 & 5 -







The smaller one is 5in long and the other two are 5.5in long.

Any info or possible valuation would be appreciated.

Thank you in advance Smile
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silvermakersmarks
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Joined: 24 Jan 2008
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Location: United Kingdom

Posted: 03/04/2010 
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These all appear to be electroplate or nickel silver and therefore have very little commercial value.
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