Georgian Silver Berry Spoon - London 1793 - George Smith (iii) & William Fearn


Georgian Silver Berry Spoon - London 1793 - George Smith (iii) & William Fearn

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Georgian Silver Berry Spoon - London 1793 - George Smith (iii) & William Fearn:
$43


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Item: - Spoon
Description: Georgian silver BERRY(fruit) spoon, embossed designs to the bowl with gilded finish. The terminals have chased complimenting detail, fine period items.
Assay: - London Sterling Silver (.925 fineness)
Date:- 1793
Period: - 18th Century Engraving: - None Maker: - George Smith (III) & William Fearn
Measurement: - 175 mmlength(1 inch = 25.4mm) Weight: - 30 grams
Condition: Very good condition, light surface marks only, great period spoons.


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Georgian Silver Berry Spoon - London 1793 - George Smith (iii) & William Fearn:
$43

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