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On offer is a charming George IV silver caddy spoon, hallmarked for Birmingham, 1829 from the studio of Unite and Hilliard. George Unite and James Hilliard, two of the finest silversmiths of small works who collaborated between 1825 and about 1845.
This tea caddy spoon has a shovel shaped bowl measuring approx 36 x 30mm embellished with fine bright cut decoration and a bone handle to a total length of 78mm and weighing 5.9gms in total.
Weight : 5.9 g
D&J Deeming Ltd has clarified that the Silver Tea Caddy Spoon, Unite & Hilliard Birmingham 1829 (DJD023 / LA150444) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1829.
The hallmarks, on the reverse of the bowl are rubbed but still readable, especially under magnification. The general condition is good with the kind of surface scratches and wear you would expect from a piece of this age.
We have endeavoured to photograph the spoon to its best but reflection does hamper the quality.
Delivery to UK via Royal Mail Special Delivery is included. Delivery to Europe and Worldwide is available via DHL. Please email us for a quote.
This item is located in Durham, United Kingdom.
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