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Dumfries Scottish provincial tea spoon, c1810-41

£65.00

Dumfries Scottish provincial fiddle pattern silver tea spoon, with no engraving/personalisation.

This tea spoon bears the town marks for Dumfries of a unicorn (x2) and a fouled anchor. There is also the maker's mark of David Gray.
David was known to be working in Dumfries between 1810 and 1841.

The tea spoon is 14.4 cm (5.6") long, and weighs 25 grams.
All measurements are approximate.


The tea spoon is good condition for its age. There is light overall scratching, and a few minor dinks and shape issues to the bowl.


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Item: 15K020 -

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Dumfries Scottish provincial tea spoon, c1810-41 5K020aDumfries Scottish provincial tea spoon, c1810-41 hallmarksDumfries Scottish provincial tea spoon, c1810-41 underside

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Dumfries Scottish provincial tea spoon, c1810-41 hallmarks
Dumfries Scottish provincial tea spoon, c1810-41 underside
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