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A pair of Traprain Law Scottish Silver Spoons by Brook & Son, Edinburgh. During excavations in 1919 an archaeological team discovered a hoard of Roman Silver at Traprain Law, near Edinburgh, believed to have been buried around the middle of the 5th Century AD. The hoard is on display at the National Museums of Scotland in Edinburgh. Brook & Son of Edinburgh were the silversmiths used to restore the haul and subsequently they made copies under license. The spoons are hallmarked with the maker's mark "B&S" for Brook & Son, Edinburgh, the Scottish thistle sterling silver mark, the castle Edinburgh town mark and date letter "P" for 1920/21. They measure 8 3/4" inches (220mm) in length. The combined weight (of both) is 59.7g/2.10oz/1.91ozt.

Price £295    €331.40    $379.49

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Pair of Traprain Law Scottish Silver Spoons,
A good, antique, Scottish Silver mounted Ram's Horn Snuff Mull dating from c1827. The snuff mull is of conventional form, the hinged silver mounted lid with a central circular disc with engraved initials "From WD to PD, 1827". The body of the mull in good condition, with a lovely colour to the horn as can be seen. The silver mounts unmarked as is the norm, therefore selling as white metal.

Price £295    €331.40    $379.49

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Antique Scottish Ram's Horn Snuff Mull c1827
A rare, Scottish Provincial Silver Teaspoon made in Arbroath by Andrew Davidson and dating from c1840. Andrew Davidson is recorded in Jackson's Silver as working in Arbroath c1835 to 1850. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "AD" for Andrew Davidson, alongside his Arbroath marks. There are engraved initials on the handle (see photos). It measures 5 3/4" inches (145mm) in length. The weight is 18.2g. It is in good condition.

Price £110    €123.57    $141.50

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Scottish Provincial Silver Spoon, Arbroath c1840
A good quality, vintage, Scottish Sterling Silver mounted Horn Skean Dhu made in Edinburgh and dating from c1976. The silver mount hallmarked with the maker's mark "T.E" for Thomas Kerr Ebutt, the Scottish Lion Rampant sterling silver mark, the Edinburgh castle town mark and date letter "B" for 1976. Also stamped "Made in Scotland". The Skean Dhu with a Horn hilt, silver mounts and a stainless steel blade. The total length is 8 1/4" inches (210mm).

Price £475    €533.62    $611.04

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Scottish Silver & Horn Skean Dhu, Edinburgh 1976
A very good, Georgian Scottish Silver Tray made by Francis Howden of Edinburgh and dating from c1800. The tray is supported on three feet. It has floral scrolling engraved decoration with initials engraved to the centre (see photo). It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "FH" for Francis Howden, the Scottish thistle sterling silver mark, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the Edinburgh "castle" town mark and date letter "U" for 1800/01. It measures approximately 8 1/2" inches (210mm) in diameter. The weight is 340.5g/12.01oz/10.95ozt. In good condition.

Price £695    €780.76    $894.05

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Scottish Silver Tray, Howden, Edinburgh c1800
A sterling Silver "Cat" brooch by Malcom Appleby. Born in 1946, Malcolm Appleby is considered to be one of the most original and highly skilled craftsmen working in Britain today. Known primarily as an engraver, he has been commissioned on many occasions by private companies, public bodies and individuals to produce wonderful pieces of silverware or jewellery. Recent public commissions include: the Royal Medal awarded annually by the Royal Society of Edinburgh an engraved silver teapot and gold beaded silver bowl for Perth Art Gallery and Museum (2000) and a Sculptural Tablepiece for Bute House, the residence of the First Minister for Scotland (1999).

Price £295    €331.40    $379.49

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Sterling Silver "Cat" Brooch, Malcolm Appleby
An Antique, George III, Sterling Silver Cream Jug made by Walter & Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh and dating from c1798. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "WPC" for Walter & Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the Scottish thistle silver mark, the "Castle" Edinburgh town mark and date letter "S" for 1798/99. The jug measures just under 4" inches (100mm) in height. The weight is 130.1g/4.58oz/4.18ozt. It is in reasonably good condition for it's age, there are some minor indents and evidence of an old repair to the back seam/top of handle join. Condition reflected in the price. Overall, a nice Scottish Silver Jug.

Price £295    €331.40    $379.49

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Scottish Silver Cream Jug, Edinburgh c1798
A good, antique, William IV, Scottish Sterling Silver Quaich made by William Forrest & Co and dating from c1830. It is in excellent condition. It measures 62mm in diameter and 102mm across the lugs. It measures 24mm in height. The weight is 54.3g/1.91oz/1.74ozt.

Price £595    €668.42    $765.41

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Antique Scottish Silver Quaich, Edinburgh c1830
A lovely Scottish Sterling Silver Brooch, Celtic design, Entwined Herons, Tain Silver. The rear of the brooch hallmarked with the maker's mark "RS" for Rita Scott (Rita & Douglas Scott, trading as Tain Silver), the Lion Rampant silver mark, the Edinburgh Castle town mark and date letter "R" for 1991. The brooch measures 48mm in width.

Price £65    €73.02    $83.62

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Scottish Provincial Silver Brooch, Tain Silver
A very good quality, Antique, George III, Sterling Silver Presentation Salver/Tray made by George Fenwick, Edinburgh and dating from c1809. The tray has a very nice presentation inscription to the centre, surrounded by Scottish thistles: Adjudged by the Highland Society of Scotland, to Sir Benjn. Dunbar of Hempriggs Bart., For the Best Bull the property of any person in the County of Caithnefs, Exhibited at the competition at Spittalhill in 1806". Sir Benjamin Dunbar of Hempriggs, 3rd Baronet, was born in 1761. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "GF" for George Fenwick, Edinburgh, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the Scottish "thistle" sterling silver mark, the "Castle" Edinburgh town mark and date letter "d" for 1809/10. The heavy gauge, circular tray is supported on three bracket feet. The tray measures 11" inches (280mm) in diameter. The weight is 648g/22.9oz. It is in very good condition with very minimal light scratches/wear through normal use commensurate with age.

Price £1150    €1291.91    $1479.36

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George III, Scottish Silver Presentation Salver
A very good quality, Sterling Silver Scottish Quaich made by in Edinburgh. The Quaich was assayed in Edinburgh, it is hallmarked with the maker's mark "J&C", the Lion Rampant Sterling Silver mark, the Edinburgh "castle" town mark and date letter "O" for 1988. It has the Aberdeen "Bon Accord" coat of arms engraved to the centre. The Quaich measures over 4" inches (105mm) in diameter (across the bowl) and measures nearly 5 1/2" inches (137mm) in width across the lugs. It stands just under 1 1/2" inches (35mm) in height. The weight is 127.5g/4.49oz/4.09ozt It is in excellent condition.

Price £375    €421.28    $482.40

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Silver Quaich - Aberdeen Bon Accord Coat of Arms
A good quality, antique Victorian, Scottish Silver topped Ram's Horn Snuff Mull dating from c1894. The snuff mull is of conventional form, with a good ball and claw hinge to the plain silver lid. The body of the mull with a shield shaped silver disc engraved with "From RA to AA" above the date "1894". The body of the mull in good condition, with a lovely colour to the horn as can be seen. The silver mounts unmarked as is the norm, therefore selling as white metal. This mull measures approximately 3 1/2" inches (90mm) in length.

Price £495    €556.08    $636.77

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Victorian Scottish Ram's Horn Snuff Mull c1894
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