English, first half 19th century. Five English sterling silver serving pieces including two fish servers, one with shell pattern handle by Richard Crossley dated 1806 and one with fiddleback handle dated 1821 with maker's mark VS, and three tablespoons, a monogrammed example with beaded edge handle by John Lambe, dated 1801, an 1802 spoon by Alice & George Burrows and an 1837 spoon with maker's mark IH; (longest) lg. 12.25 in., total silver wt. 19.727ozt (613.5g).
Surface wear consistent with age and use.
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