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I'd rather he HAD been a thief and taken all the apostle spoons than that I--Well, I must shut the front-door, I suppose.
"Yes, I think the apostle spoons could have gone as rent," said Margaret.
Old Johnny's only got 12,000 acres and two mistresses and could only afford to join me in Eton when his family pawned some Apostle spoons. He's practically a commoner.
Porringers, small flat bowls for serving porridge; apostle spoons; sauceboats; spice boxes; candlesticks; salt and pepper pots; inkstands and many more domestic objects are all fascinating items.
Porringers - small flat bowls for serving pottage or porridge - apostle spoons; sauceboats; spice boxes; candlesticks; salt and pepper pots; inkstands and many more domestic objects are all fascinating additions to any collection.
There is also an opportunity to buy six Edward IV parcel-gilt apostle spoons as a set (150,000 [pounds sterling]-250,000 [pounds sterling]) or individually, if no buyer is forthcoming.
The most famous spoons from late 15th century to mid 17th century England are so-called apostle spoons. They were made in sets comprising the 12 apostles together with the Master (Jesus), but were sold individually.
A pair of Charles the First Apostle spoons from 1641 (pictured) are expected to make up to pounds 12,000 at the Winfield Spoon Collection sale at Bonhams, London, on March 6 (0207 393 3973).
Apostle spoons, caddy spoons, love spoons, berry spoons, sugar sifter spoons, spoons for fruit, ice cream, mustard, even scooping marrow from bones, to say nothing of tourist souvenir spoons, tacky or otherwise.
Her family paintings join other fine works of art when the Whittakers have their sale on July 12 at their home, Cubberley, near Ross-on-Wye, when Sotheby's will be selling all kinds of things from silver plated brandy glass warmers to early silver apostle spoons. The brandy glass warmer is estimated to fetch a price below pounds 30, while the spoons, sold individually, should reach a top estimate of pounds 12,000.
The earliest, and my favourites, are apostle spoons dating back to the reign of Elizabeth I (1533-1603).
A group of 20th Arts & Crafts hammered by makers who industrialisation range from PS English apostle spoons dating form the 15th and 16th centuries have plain circular bowls, changing to oval shapes in the 17th and early 18th centuries.