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  • Group of George III Sterling Silver Spoons

    Lot: 1057
    Sold for: $431$350

    Group of George III Sterling Silver Spoons, most London, late 18th/early 19th century, with assorted makers and engraved monograms or armorials, five stuffing spoons including one from Newcastle and ...

  • Eight Pieces of English Sterling Silver Flatware

    Lot: 20
    Sold for: $308$250

    Eight Pieces of English Sterling Silver Flatware, four George III berry spoons: one pair with engraved crest by Richard Poulden and one pair by Richard Crossley; four Victorian: a hollow salad ...

  • Five English Sterling Silver Serving Pieces

    Lot: 2694
    Sold for: $338$275

    Five English Sterling Silver Serving Pieces, including a William Eley & William Fearn spoon, a Richard Crossley ladle, and a Thomas Freeth fish knife, 17.1 troy oz. ...

  • Three Pieces of George III/IV Sterling Silver Tableware

    Lot: 11A
    Sold for: $1,046$850

    Three Pieces of George III/IV Sterling Silver Tableware, London, two shell-form dishes, 1797-98, Richard Crossley & George Smith IV, maker, lg. 8 1/2, and a egg stand with four egg cups, 1827-28, ...

  • Miscellaneous English Sterling Silver Spoons and Ladles

    Lot: 7
    Sold for: $677$550

    Miscellaneous English Sterling Silver Spoons and Ladles, London, most bearing various armorials or monograms, four dessert spoons, 1803-04, Stephen Adams II, maker; two each: place spoons, 1814-15, ...

  • Four Pieces of British Sterling Silver Flatware

    Lot: 8
    Sold for: $492$400

    Four Pieces of British Sterling Silver Flatware, two London: a stuffing spoon, 1810-11, Richard Crossley & George Smith, maker, lg. 12; and tea tongs, lacking date mark, Hester Bateman, maker, lg. 5 ...

  • Eleven English Sterling Silver Place Spoons

    Lot: 10
    Sold for: $840$700

    Eleven English Sterling Silver Place Spoons, London, six George III, Richard Crossley, maker: three 1787-88 and three 1793-94; and five William IV, 1836-37, Mary Chawner, maker; all with matching ...

  • George III Silver Urn-form Creamer and Sugar

    Lot: 26
    Sold for: $1,541$1,300

    George III Silver Urn-form Creamer and Sugar, London, 1800, maker's mark RC, possibly Richard Crossley, the urn-form creamer and open sugar with armorial engravings to one side of body, gadrooning ...

  • Three George III/IV Silver Flatware Servers

    Lot: 1016
    Sold for: $326$275

    Three George III/IV Silver Flatware Servers, London, comprising a 1793 stuffing spoon, Richard Crossley, maker, with bright cut engraving, lg. 11 7/8, and two 1827, maker likely William Cooper, ...

  • Five Georgian Silver Sugar Tongs

    Lot: 117
    Sold for: $148$125

    Five Georgian Silver Sugar Tongs, a Richard Crossley, c. 1792, a Thomas Woodhouse, c. mid-18th century, and three other London sterling tongs, approx. 4 troy oz. ...

  • Georg Jensen Spoon and English Silver Tongs

    Lot: 191B
    Sold for: $207$175

    Georg Jensen Spoon and English Silver Tongs, spoon with pea and leaf decoration, and Richard Crossley tongs, London, c. 1798. ...

  • Eight Silver Ladles and Serving Pieces

    Lot: 5
    Sold for: $207$175

    Eight Silver Ladles and Serving Pieces, a pair of Richard Crossley and George Smith, London, berry spoons, c. 1832, four sterling handled servers, two Towle sterling silver gravy ladles, a Gorham ...

  • George III Silver Soup Ladle

    Lot: 536
    Sold for: $441$375

    George III Silver Soup Ladle, London, 1792, Richard Crossley, maker, plain backtipt with ovoid bowl, approx. 6 troy oz. ...

  • Assembled English Silver Chafing Dish

    Lot: 545
    Sold for: $470$400

    Assembled English Silver Chafing Dish, London, comprising covered vegetable dish, the base 1800, maker likely Richard Crossley, the lid bearing marks for Joseph Craddock and William Reid, c. 1812, ...

  • Pair of George III Silver Sauce Ladles

    Lot: 647
    Sold for: $529$450

    Pair of George III Silver Sauce Ladles, London, 1813, Richard Crossley, maker, with backtipt stems engraved with crest, and shell shaped bowls, lg. approx. 6 5/8 in., approx. 3 troy oz. ...

  • Two Georgian Silver Ladles

    Lot: 589
    Sold for: $411$350

    Two Georgian Silver Ladles, London, comprising a punch ladle with shell shaped bowl, 1765, William Tant, maker, plain backtipt stem, a threaded backtipt punch bowl, 1794, Richard Crossley, maker; ...

  • Pair of George III Silver Open Salts

    Lot: 601
    Sold for: $499$425

    Pair of George III Silver Open Salts, London, 1800, Richard Crossley, maker, boat shaped, with gadrooned rim and short handles to ends, gold-washed interior, lg. 3 1/2; sold together with a George V ...

  • George III Silver Punch Ladle

    Lot: 430
    Sold for: $323$275

    George III Silver Punch Ladle, London, 1777, William Sumner and Richard Crossley, makers, with bright cut feather edge, monogram, and shell shaped bowl, lg. 12 1/2 in., approx. 4 troy ...

  • Ten Small Georgian/Victorian English Silver Flatware Items

    Lot: 497
    Sold for: $411$350

    Ten Small Georgian/Victorian English Silver Flatware Items, London, comprising a strainer ladle, 1782, Richard Crossley, maker, a set of six King's Husk variant mustard spoons, 1853, maker's ...

  • Group of Brass, Copper, and Silver Items.

    Lot: 295
    Sold for: $1,998$1,700

    Group of Brass, Copper, and Silver Items. England and Continental, 18th and 19th century, including four copper tobacco boxes, two with engraved decoration; three brass items: a pair of taper ...

  • Three Georgian Silver Flatware Items

    Lot: 550
    Sold for: $294$250

    Three Georgian Silver Flatware Items, London, comprising a Wm. Sumner and Richard Crossley marrow scoop, c. 1775, of typical form with beaded handle, with engraved crest and monogram above later ...

  • Two Georgian Silver Serving Pieces

    Lot: 250
    Sold for: $431$375

    Two Georgian Silver Serving Pieces, London, maker's mark "WT," mid-18th century Onslow pattern basting spoon, with engraved crest and monogram to reverse, and a Richard Crossley, 1790, ...

  • Pair of Silver Salt Cellars

    Lot: 271
    Sold for: $316$275

    Pair of Silver Salt Cellars, bearing marks for Richard Crossley & George Smith, London, 1797, urn form, the fluted sides with chased ribbon and foliate decoration, on square plinth bases, with blown ...