London has a great history of using silver in manufacturing stretching over many centuries. Whilst older silver products pre 1700 is very difficult to obtain hallmarked silver products starting from 1700 are still possible to find. Some of these silver pieces are on our web sites.
Large hallmarked silver spoon by Richard Crossley, 1789. Clean and bright with just normal surface wear. Size 8 1/4 inches. Partially rubbed makers mark as shown. Ref. Crossley 7. Price £96
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Thomas Northcote desert spoon. 1795 London. Engraved family crest of lion. Size 7 1/4 inches long. Good condition with just a few minor surface scratches. Ref. TN 9. Price £110
Hallmarked William Eley I silver spoon, 1795. Five and quarter inches long. Engraved initials on spoon handle. Quality item by London silversmith. Ref. WE 8. Price £76
A unique piece of automobile memorabilia - the above is a Bentley Continental brake caliper into which we have fitted a tea light. A superb fit and superb piece of automobile engineering. Click on the image to see it.
Isaac Callard was a London spoon maker from 1729 with the mark registered in 1738. Huguenot family of immigrants. His subsequent and fourth mark was 1747 and this would be between those dates. In good order with a rubbed engraving on the stem. Just minor scratches. Eight inches long.
Ref. Callard spoon 7. Price £125
Set into the walnut of a Lee Enfield rifle butt and fitting precisely into the gift box is a £5 silver Commemorative coin issued to remember the Great War. We have tried to make pieces which are quite unique and quite often are bought as family heirlooms. Above all these are not items made in large quantities. The £5 silver coins are not glued in so you can appreciate both sides.
Elias Cathart, London Hanoverian silver teaspoon. Picture back with initials A P on rear stem. C 1740. Four and three quarter inches long. A few minor scratches otherwise no other blemishes. Ref Cathart 5. Price £130
Solid silver spoon, light tarnishing, no dints etc. The marks are mainly camera reflections. George III teaspoon by Peter and Ann Bateman. Date code 1796-97. Ref. P A Batemen 9. Price £55
Sterling silver George III old English style desert spoon by London maker George Smith III & William Fearn 1791. Registered as plate workers, 60 Paternoster Row. 1791 hallmark. Six and half inches long. Engraved intials on stem. Clean and bright with no dints etc. Some minor scratches. Ref. Smith & Fearn. Price £57
William Eley silver spoon. Five inches long. 1795. Initials on stem. No dents etc clean and bright. A few minor surface scratches. Ref. Eley 9. Price £55
London spoon by Edward Jennings. 1729. Old English Hanoverian Rattail. Good condition with minor scratches. Seven and three quarter inches long. Engraved with front initial. Ref. EJ9. Price £125
Silver Condiment spoon, London, 1788 Hester Bateman. The marks are camera reflection except round the hallmarks which are a bit dirty. Four inches long. Clean and bright with one tiny pinprick mark at the top of the stem. Ref. HB2. Price £95
Solid silver hallmarked desert spoon made in London by Thomas Wallis 2 in 1796. Six and three quarter inches long. Clean and bright. Nice stem decoration and fine engraved initials. Ref. Thomas Wallis 4. Price £75
Starling Wilford of Gutter Lane, London 1737. Eight and a quarter inches long Stem engraving as shown. No faults except a few minor surface scratches. Ref. ST 6. Price £145
All the marks on these photographs are reflections unless stated in the descriptions
Edward Jennings Rattail Tablespoon, London 1721. 7.75 inches long and weighs 47 gms. Minor scratches other wise un blemished Initial on rear of stem. Ref. Jenn 5. Price £180
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On our web site typenet.com we have a range of products mostly created by us and unique to this web site. The theme throughout our products is to use historic and other material and try to preserve both the ambiance of the material and it’s historic connections without destroying it to make conventional pieces. Our Sheffield made knives in particular use some of this historic material.