Scottish Provincial Aberdeen 12” Stuffing Spoon Sangster 1851 Sterling Silver
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Scottish Provincial Aberdeen 12” Stuffing Spoon Sangster 1851 Sterling Silver:
Here is a Beautiful Scottish Provincial Stuffing or Basting Spoon made in 1851 by the Noted ABERDEEN Silversmith, George Sangster
This Lovely Fiddle Pattern Stuffing Spoon was made in Solid Silver and sent to Edinburgh to be Assayed and Hallmarked
The Stuffing Spoon Measures 12 Inches Long (12 ins / 30.5 cms) and Weighs Over Four Ounces
A Lovely Scroll Initial “M” is Engraved on the Front of the Handle
Here is a highly collectible Scottish Provincial 12 inch Stuffing Spoon made by the noted silversmith, George Sangster of Aberdeen.
This large Fiddle Pattern Stuffing Spoon was made in solid silver in 1851 in the Northern port town of ABERDEEN, and sent to Edinburgh to be hallmarked.
A lovely scroll initial “M” is engraved on the front of the handle.
This is an excellent Scottish Provincial Stuffing Spoon in very good condition, with only some light wear consistent with its age and usage – see photographs.
A HANDSOME SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL 12 INCH STUFFING SPOON BY GEORGE SANGSTER OF ABERDEEN
A FINE ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION
SEE THE PICTURES AND DETAILS BELOW
This handsome Stuffing Spoon is twelve inches long (12 ins / 30.5 cms) and weighs over four ounces (4.2 ounces / 117 grams) of Scottish sterling silver.
The hallmarks shown above are the maker’s mark “GS” for the noted provincial silversmith, George Sangster, the letters “A” “B” and “D” for Aberdeen, the duty mark the head of Queen Victoria, the castle town mark for Edinburgh, the thistle guarantee for Scottish Sterling Silver, and the Gothic letter “U” date letter for 1851.
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