Joseph Pearson, Scottish silver Provincial teaspoon. Fouled anchor and stags head marks. Dumfries c. 1794. Clean and bright sharp edges and good bowl. Five and quarter inches long. Ref. Joseph Pearson 4. Price £110
James Erskine, Aberdeen. Scottish provincial silver tea spoon. 1792 -1820. Clean and bright with a couple of small blemishes in the bowl. Size four and three quarter inches. Ref. James Erskine 8. Price £96
Dundee Edward Livingston 1792-1824. Teaspoon. Hallmarks EL, U, topped heart. Good condition with a few minor surface scratches. Five and quarter inches long. Ref. EdLiv5. Price £110
Scottish provincial silver spoon. Donald Fraser, Inverness c. 1820. Five and half inches long. Engraved initial on stem face. Good condition with minor surface scratches. Ref. DF Inverness. Price £110.
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Scottish Provincial silver teaspoon, c. 1780 John Argo, Banff. Five inches long, Excellent bowl with a few surface scratches. Engraved initials on stem. Ref. John Argo 4. Price £119
James Pirie, Aberdeen, Scottish provincial silver. c 1820. Clean with no dings etc. Faded engraved initial on stem. Length five and half inches. Ref. Pirie 7. Price £65
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Silver hallmarked spoon by John Leslie of Aberdeen. Five inches long. Circa 1774 - 1821. Clean with a few surface scratches. Five inches long. Initals on stem face. Ref. John Leslie 7. Price £105
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Scottish Provincial silver spoon made in Perth by Robert Dickson. Just the makers mark. c.1780. Initials on stem. Perhaps a slight crease on bowl. Ref. Dickson 8. Price £85
Joseph Pearson, Dumfries c 1800 Teaspoon Scottish provincial silversmith. five inches long. Good bowl shape minor surface scratches, Ref Jospeph Pearson 8. Price £96
John Ewan, dessert spoon, Aberdeen c 1805. Length six and half inches. Minor surface scratches. Ref. John Ewan 7. Price £69
Peter Lambert Scottish provincial silver spoon, 1825. Berwick, Edinburgh hallmarks. Clean and bright, Initials on stem. Size 5 1/2 inches. Ref. Peter Lambert 13. Price £58
Robert Greig, Scottish Silver Perth with Edinburgh hallmarks 1852. In excellent condition in fiddle and shell pattern. Initial ‘M’ on stem. Five and half inches long. Page 83 Scottish Provincial silvesmiths describes one of his items with Edinburgh marks. Ref. Greig 12. Price £48