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Antique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797

£125.00

Antique Georgian gilt silver fruit serving/table spoon.

The bowl of the spoon features an embossed fruits design. The front of the handle is further embellished with foliate designs and the finial has a blank cartouche.
This decoration was probably applied much later than the original manufacture … it was a fashionable thing to have done in Victorian times.

The spoon is fully hallmarked for London, 1797, the George III duty mark and it bears the maker's mark for Richard Crossley.
All marks are clear, though the maker's marks and the lion passant mark are fairly rubbed.

The spoon bowl measures 4.5 cm (1.75") by 8 cm (3"). The overall length is 21.5 cm (8.5"). It weighs 77g.
All measurements are approximate.

The spoon is in very good condition. The overall gilding is worn

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Item: 14J012 -

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Antique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 bowl 4J012aAntique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 4J012cAntique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 back 4J012dAntique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 hallmarksAntique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 handle 4J012b

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Antique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 bowl 4J012a
Antique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 4J012c
Antique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 back 4J012d
Antique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 hallmarks
Antique Georgian gilt silver fruit spoon, 1797 handle 4J012b
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