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Spoons

A E BONNER Silver Serving Spoon
London 1912

Length: 20 cm

London 1912

Length: 20 cm
£ 350.00
A E BONNER Silver Spoon
London 1913

Length: 17.5 cm


£ 195.00
ADAM VEEVERS Silver 'Spooner' Spoon
Birmingham Hallmark

16 cm

Hand Forged

£ 195.00
ADRIAN HOPE Silver Spoon
Edinburgh

12.5 cm

£ 120.00
ADRIAN HOPE Silver Spoon
Edinburgh

17cm   
£ 150.00
ALFRED GROVE Silver Spoon
London 1968
18.5 cm

Alfred Grove either taught or studied at Bideford College of Art
£ 98.00
ARTIFICERS' GUILD Large Silver Spoon
London 1936
Length: 18.5 cm
£ 395.00
BERNARD INSTONE Silver Spoon

Birmingham 1926
9.5 cm
£ 59.00
Boxed 'Chelsea' Silver Tea Spoons
Sheffield 1961

Designed by Gerald Benney
Made by E Viners

Length:10½cm

Chelsea was Gerald Benney's first big breakthrough design for Viners where he was consultant designer 1959-69.

This would have been mass produced at the time in stainless steel and little was made in silver
£ 89.00
BRETT PAYNE Hot Forged Silver Spoon
18 ct Gold Finial
Sheffield 1997
Length: 19 cm
£ 250.00
BRIAN FULLER Silver Spoon
London 1977
Length: 21cm
£ 130.00
DAVID MELLOR 'Embassy' Pattern Silver Tablespoon
Sheffield 1962

19.5 cm 


In 1963, David Mellor was approached by the Ministry of Public Buildings and Works to design a complete new range of modern silver for use in British Embassies. The idea from Lord Hope, the then Minister of Works, desired the newly built embassies and furnishings to be in a contemporary style. Warsaw was the first new embassy to receive the new designs, followed by Mexico City. The 'Embassy' silver was Mellor's most important work in silver and established his reputation as a designer. Winning a Design Council award, the service was judged to be 'the best of its kind that has been produced in the country for many years.' The condiment sets, coffee pots, sugar bowls, cream jugs and candlesticks, were made in Mellor's workshop at 1 Park Lane in the suburb of Broomhall unlike the flatware which was manufactured elsewhere but bears his maker's mark. Following a change of government in 1965, the project was abandoned.
£ 140.00
DAVID MELLOR 'Embassy' Pattern Silver Tea Spoon
Sheffield 1962

13.5 cm

2 available - £89 each

In 1963, David Mellor was approached by the Ministry of Public Buildings and Works to design a complete new range of modern silver for use in British Embassies. The idea from Lord Hope, the then Minister of Works, desired the newly built embassies and furnishings to be in a contemporary style. Warsaw was the first new embassy to receive the new designs, followed by Mexico City. The 'Embassy' silver was Mellor's most important work in silver and established his reputation as a designer. Winning a Design Council award, the service was judged to be 'the best of its kind that has been produced in the country for many years.' The condiment sets, coffee pots, sugar bowls, cream jugs and candlesticks, were made in Mellor's workshop at 1 Park Lane in the suburb of Broomhall unlike the flatware which was manufactured elsewhere but bears his maker's mark. Following a change of government in 1965, the project was abandoned.

£ 89.00
GRAHAM STEWART Silver 'Caged Ball' Spoon
Edinburgh 1985

13.5 cm

Glass bead rolls in cage
£ 195.00
GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Silver Spoon
London 1965

13.7 cm


Another similar available 1966
£ 165.00
GWENDOLINE WHICKER Silver Serving Spoon
London 1963

23 cm

Gwendoline Cross was born in Bristol in 1900 and attended Bristol Art School. She married Australian artist Fred Whicker in 1931 and lived in Clifton, Bristol and both of them exhibited at the Royal West of England Academy annual exhibitions. They moved to Wood Lane, Falmouth and she registered her hallmark in London in 1948. She made cutlery, jewellery boxes with hand beaten silver decorated with either enamel or semi-precious stones and jewellery. They moved from the New Bristol Arts Club to the St. Ives Society of Artists, with Gwen as secretary and Fred treasurer and exhibited there until their deaths. She produced etchings, paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewellery and silverwork. Much of her silver work has not been traced as it was sent to Fred's sister in Canada on her death. A retrospective exhibition of their work was held at the Falmouth Art Gallery in 1994 when 14 pieces of silverwork were loaned from private collections.
£ 195.00
GWENDOLINE WHICKER Silver Spoon
London 1951

18 cm

Gwendoline Cross was born in Bristol in 1900 and attended Bristol Art School. She married Australian artist Fred Whicker in 1931 and lived in Clifton, Bristol and both of them exhibited at the Royal West of England Academy annual exhibitions. They moved to Wood Lane, Falmouth and she registered her hallmark in London in 1948. She made cutlery, jewellery boxes with hand beaten silver decorated with either enamel or semi-precious stones and jewellery. They moved from the New Bristol Arts Club to the St. Ives Society of Artists, with Gwen as secretary and Fred treasurer and exhibited there until their deaths. She produced etchings, paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewellery and silverwork. Much of her silver work has not been traced as it was sent to Fred's sister in Canada on her death. A retrospective exhibition of their work was held at the Falmouth Art Gallery in 1994 when 14 pieces of silverwork were loaned from private collections.
£ 195.00
H G MURPHY Silver Spoon
London 1931

Length:10.5cm


£ 175.00
JAMES DOUGALL Silver Caddy Spoon
London
 
11.5 cm

Hand forged
£ 150.00
LESLIE DURBIN Silver Spoon
London 1977

Length: 12cm


£ 98.00
LESLIE DURBIN Silver Spoon
London 1958
17.5 cm
£ 295.00
LESLIE DURBIN Silver Spoon
London 1958
17.5 cm
£ 295.00
LIBERTY & Co Silver Spoon
Birmingham 1922 

Length: 9.6 cm

Blue Agate Finial
£ 39.00
MALCOLM APPLEBY Dognose Spoon
Edinburgh
Length: 11.5 cm
£ 560.00
MICHAEL BOLTON Silver Spoon
London 1982
Length: 23cm

£ 395.00
MIRIAM HANID Silver Spoon
Fully Hallmarked Silver 
Hand Hammered
Length: 13cm

£ 89.00
MIRIAM HANID Silver Spoon
Fully Hallmarked Silver 
Hand Hammered
Length: 11cm
£ 89.00
OMAR RAMSDEN Silver Spoon
London 1931
14.3 cm
£ 360.00
PATRICIA HAMILTON Silver Spoon
London 1991

14.5 cm
Hot forged 

(4 available)

Patricia Jean Hamilton trained at the Sir John Cass School of Art in the 1970's and won several Design awards. She has made silver guitar buckles for Paul McCartney, ecclesiastical silver and is in the Aberdeen Museum. She lives and works in the Cotswolds.
£ 79.00
PHIL JORDAN Silver Serving Spade
London Hallmark

22 cm

Rosewood Handle

£ 150.00
R E STONE Silver Spoon

London 1960

Length: 15.5cm




£ 195.00
REBECCA LAWLEY Silver Spoon
Fully Hallmarked

19cm

£ 85.00
RICHARD COOK Silver Spoon
London 1986
16.5 cm
Norland Pattern

Hand forged by Master craftsman who made all of Stuart Devlin's cutlery
£ 140.00
ROBERT WELCH Silver Spoon
London 1990

17.5 cm

£ 195.00
Silver Arthur Gunn Spoon
Birmingham 1962
Arthur Mainwaring Gunn
Hand engraved leaves
14 cm
£ 120.00
SIMONE TEN HOMPEL Silver Spoon
London 1999

Length: 12.5cm


£ 195.00
WILLIAM PHIPPS Large Silver Spoon
London 1977
Silver Jubilee Hallmark
19 cm
£ 395.00
WILLIAM PHIPPS Silver Spoon
London 1978

Length: 14.5 cm


£ 175.00