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Scottish Provincial Silver

Over the years Scottish provincial silver has become very collectable and highly sought after. For many reasons town silversmiths seldom sent thier plate to Edinburgh or Glasgow to be asseyed and then hallmarked. Instead, they marked the silver with a makers mark or town mark or many combinations of these and other marks. This is what makes Scottish provincial silver so collectable.

In this website, listed by town, you will find probably the largest collection of Scottish provincial silver for sale on the internet. We are constantly seeking to find new stock for our customers and will regularily update the range.

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Table Spoon

Table Spoon

1,695.00 / US $2,644.20


A scarce fiddle pattern table spoon by Alexander Stewart of Tain c.1820. The spoon is in excellent condition with no repairs or damage. The makers' marks are "AS TAIN" and are good with very slight wear.to the marks.

Weight: 64gms; Length: 23cms
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Spoon

Spoon

295.00 / US $460.20


A very rare fiddle pattern spoon made by Peter Lambert in Berwick and Hallmarked in Newcastle in 1813. The spoon is in excellent condition with good makers' marks and Hallmarks. The terminal is engraved with "PFJ"

Weight: 22.6gms; Length: 14cms
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Tea Spoon

Tea Spoon


An exceptionally scarce fiddle pattern tea spoon by Robert Robertson of Cupar c.1815. The spoon is in excellent condition with "WJH" engraved on the terminal. The makers' marks are very crisp.

Weight: 14.6gms: Length: 14cms

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Toddy Ladle

Toddy Ladle

1,595.00 / US $2,488.20


An excellent example of a fiddle pattern Wick toddy ladle made by John Sellars c.1825. In exceptional condition with the letters "AGA" engraved on the terminal, the makers marks are "JS WICK".

Weight: 38.5gms; Length: 17cms
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Egg Spoon

Egg Spoon

1,295.00 / US $2,020.20


A very scarce fiddle pattern egg spoon by John Sellars of Wick c.1825. It is in exceptional condition with no damage or repairs; the tip of the spoon is excellent. The terminal has no engraving on it. The makers' marks are "JS, WICK" and are very crisp.

Weight: 17.4gms; Length: 13cms
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Table Spoon

Table Spoon

1,495.00 / US $2,332.20


A scarce fiddle pattern table spoon by John Sellars of Wick c.1825. It is in exceptional condition with no damage or repairs; the tip of the spoon is excellent. The terminal has the letter "B" engraved on it. The makers' marks are "JS, WICK, JS, JS" and are very crisp.

Weight: 74.4gms; Length: 24cms
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Tea Spoon

Tea Spoon

225.00 / US $351.00


A beautiful fiddle and shell tea spoon made in Elgin by William Ferguson with Edinburgh marks for 1841. There is a letter "B" on the terminal and the Hallmarks are very crisp. The spoon is in excellent condition with no damage or repairs.

Weight: 19.6gms; Length: 13.5cms
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Table Spoon

Table Spoon

1,450.00 / US $2,262.00


An extremely rare Hanoverian style table spoon tentatively attributed to Alexander Ross of Dingwall c.1760. It is in exceptionally good condition with no damage or repairs. There are original marriage initials of "C" over "WC" on the terminal. Makers' marks are "AR" x 3 on the shank and are very crisp.

Weight: 66gms; Length: 21cms
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