Epoch gifts offer fine classic Scottish Silver and especially Scottish Provincial Silver


Two ladles howden 1816
two ladles hall marks howden

Francis Howden, Edinburgh, 1816. Solid Silver ladles. Length 3 3/4 inches. Nice condition. Two ladles. Scrolled ‘D’ on terminal. Ref. Howden ladles 6. Price 69

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Jamieson Aberdeen tea spoon
Jamieson Aberdeen tea spoon marks

Solid silver Scottish Provincial silver tea spoon by William Jamieson of Aberdeen. Active between the years 1806 -1840. Tea Spoon. Length 5 inches. Scrolled letters on terminal. Nice condition. Ref. Jamieson tea 7. Price 55


HMS Victory 400

Made from the oak timber of HMS Victory is a fine Sheffield made pocket knife which you can see by clicking on the above image. Instructions by Nelson to his crew before the Battle of Trafalgar.


Mitchell & Russell serving spoon
Mitchell & Russell, Edinburgh

Solid Scottish Silver large serving spoon. Hallmarked Mitchell & Russell 1812-13. Monogram on handle, clean and bright with a few minor surface scratches. Ref. M & R 6.Price 69


6 William Marshall
6 William Marshall stem
6 William Marshall hallmarks

Six Georgian silver tea spoons with bright cut flowers, leaves and scroll design and gilded bowls. Hallmarked for Edinburgh 1804 by William Marshall. Each spoon is 5 1/4 incehs long and they appear unused. The makers marks are rubbed but the rest of the design is not. Ref. Marshall 12. Price 120. Ref. WM 6 spoons.


Livingstone Dundee
Livingstohne Dundee hallmarks

Solid silver sauce ladle. Edward Livingstone , Dundee. Active 1790 - 1824. Clean and bright, minor surface scratches. Overall length 5 inches. Cursive initial on handle. Ref. EL 3. Price 85


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Andrew Wilkie 6
Andrew Wilkie hallmarks

Solid silver long stem tea spoon in the fiddle pattern. J engraved on handle. AW for Andrew Wilkie of Dundee with Edinburgh Assay mark. Circa 1825. 14.6 cms in length. Nice example, no splits or repairs, Slight discolouration in part of the bowl. Ref AW 6. Price 62


Arkole knife 6

Made using the horn from African cattle is this pocket knife. Ankola horn has been used in the UK since Victorian items for a variety of fine products.


Wiam Scott hallmarks
Willian Scott Dundee spoon
William Scott spoon rear

Solid silver hallmarked tea spoon by William Scott of Dundee. Clean and bright. No flaws. Initials on stem. 1774 - 1799. Five inches long. Ref. WS6. Price 99


Joseph Pearson hallmark
Joseph Pearson tea spoon
Joseph Pearson spoon rear

Scottish provincial silver, Dumfries. Marks stags head and fouled anchor. Marks worn. Five inches long. Clean and bright with monogram on stem. 1794 - 1817 Ref. Pearson 4. Price 95


Henderson berry spoon 3
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henderson berry spoon hallmarks
Henderson berry spoon 1
henderson berry spoon 6

Georgian Scottish silver, Alexander Henderson, 1811, Berry spoon. Clean and bright. Overall size eight and half inches. Edinburgh. Ref. Henderson 5. Price 95.


WD Edinburgh silver spoon hallmarks
WD Edinburgh silver table spoon
WD Edinburgh rear table spoon

Silver table spoon. Edinburgh circa 1745. WM Dempster. Hand engraved worn initials. Hanovarian pattern with dog nose strut where the handle joins the bottom of the blade. Eight inches long. Worn hallmarks but otherwise minor ware. Ref WD 5 spoon. Price 95


Peter Lambert hallmarks
Peter Lambert silver spoon
Peter Lambert spoon rear

Georgian Provincial Silver spoon Peter lambert Berwick 1825 with Edinburgh assay mark. Good condition with minor scratches. Reference Lambert 5. Price 125


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