I was hoping to find some people who may know something about British sterling circa 1900. I bought these spoons at the same estate. I thought they might both be by Knox. The spoon on the left was made for the Coronation of Edward VII in 1901 and is clearly marked Liberty & Co. and Cymris. The ladle on the right is the ID problem. It is only marked "STERLING." It does have some characteristics of the other spoon-the same colors of enamel in the peacock feather. Knox also set stones in sterling pieces. I know Knox worked on his own prior and after working at Liberty & Co. Any ideas? The ladle is completely handmade and has incredible workmanship suggestive of an accomplished artist in metalwork.