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This is a great example of a George III, solid sterling silver serving or table spoon.
Over 200 years old, it is clearly hallmarked for London 1815, with the maker's mark of Thomas Wallis (II) & Jonathan Hayne. The silver is in very good condition. The spoon is in the fiddle pattern and the finial is engraved with a family crest.
Height : 22.5 cm - 8.86 in
Width : 4.5 cm - 1.77 in
Depth : 2 cm - 0.79 in
Weight : 77 g - 0.17 lb
The Silver Cabinet has clarified that the Antique George III Silver Serving / Table Spoon (C336 / LA57406) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1815.
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This item is located in West Midlands, United Kingdom.
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