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Fine Antique Silver Hanoverian Rat Tail Table Spoon, Peacock Crest, London, 1750 For Sale
Description: A fine antique silver Hanoverian rat tail table spoon, with superb crest of a peacock Assay Office: LondonYear: 1750 Maker: Robert Perth Dimensions: 50g, 19.5cm Condition(out of 5, where 3 is the average condition expected of an item of its age and function): 3+Good overall, with good marks. The spoon's surface is very smooth and has some small patches of tarnish. The bowl and rat tail are again rather glassy, and the shoulders shallow, which may indicate some historical work: the rim and nose are in surprisingly good condition. The crest is beautifully crisp: it is a lovely spoon. Returns: Every effort is made to describe each item clearly and correctly. If you are not happy with the description, please return the item within 14 days and we will refund you. Postage: NB If you are not based in the UK, please contact me to obtain an accurate postage price once the sale has been completed. Items must be sent by a tracked service to protect both buyer and seller.The buyer assumes all responsibility for items posted without insurance.
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Fine Antique Silver Hanoverian Rat Tail Table Spoon, Peacock Crest, London, 1750: $67