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This is a good set of six egg or tea spoons. They are clearly hallmarked on the back of the handle for York 1843, with the maker's mark for James Barber & William North. The York Assay Office closed in 1857, making silver from the area increasingly hard to find.
The spoons are in the classic fiddle pattern and have an italicised engraving on the finial. The silver is in excellent condition.
Length : 14 cm - 5.51 in
Total Silver Weight: 118g
The Silver Cabinet has clarified that the set of six York silver teaspoons (C400 / LA85269) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1843.
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This item is located in West Midlands, United Kingdom.
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