Georgian Large 34g Kings Solid Sterling Silver Salt/mustard Pot Spoon Rare 1837 For Sale
19th century heavy gauge silver antique salt/mustard spoon
A quality Georgian/William IV antique sterling silver salt/mustard spoon in "Kings Diamond Heel" pattern.
This is a large and heavy spoon.
Rare mark - this mark 'B: 1837' was only used for 3 weeks after the death of William IV.
HALLMARKS:London, STERLINGfineness92.5% MAKERRobert Wallis
PERIOD:Early 19th century
CONDITION:Good condition, with some surface scratching, no damage, no dimpling and no denting to the bowl. No repairs.
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