Georgian berry spoons (2) - .925 silver - England - 1789-1793

Description
Georgian berry spoons (2) - .925 silver - England - 1789-1793
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear - 115 g

A pair of Georgian hallmarked silver "berry" spoons.

The bowls are gilt and beautifully embossed.

These berry spoons are ideal for serving summer fruits or other puddings and a sign of the very high quality is the all over gilding (gold-wash).

1) Hallmarked by Thomas Graham & Jacob Willis, assay office London, year 1789, head of King George III.

Length 22 cm.Weight 53 grams.

2) Hallmarked by George Smith (III) & William Fearn, assay office London, year 1793, head of King George III.

Length 21.5 cm. Weight 62 grams

Condition: Excellent, minor surface scratches / wear in keeping with general age and wear. No major dents, damage or repairs

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Lot details
No. of items
2
Object
Georgian berry spoons
Material
.925 silver
Manufacturer/ Brand
Thomas Graham & Jacob Willis - George Smith (III) & William Fearn
Estimated Period
1789-1793
Country of Origin
England
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Weight
115 g
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