King William Iv 1832 Antique Sterling Silver Tablespoon William Eaton London.
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King William Iv 1832 Antique Sterling Silver Tablespoon William Eaton London. :
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Item: William IV 1832 Antique Sterling Silver Tablespoon William Eaton London. Antique Sterling Silver tablespoon made by renowned Silversmith maker William Eaton London. Fiddle terminal sleek neck leading down to an elongated bowl. Thick gauge of silver and highly polished silver finish to it’s entirety. Hallmarks to the reverse. Monogrammed to one side but almost worn to nothing. Has the desirable William IV Side Cameo duty stamp mark as this king only reigned for seven years, hard to find his stamp duty mark. All in all a nice example of a King William IV tablespoon. For the collector or investor of fine English Silverware.
Period: William IV
Maker: William Eaton London
Hallmarks: Makers Mark WE Date Letter r 1832 Lion .925 Sterling Silver Finest, Leopard London. King William IV Side Cameo Portrait.
Size: 180mm long
Condition: one bump to the bottom of the bowl, light surface marks consistent with age and genuine use, nice collectors piece.
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