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Cupar Teaspoon by Robert Robertson

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£495.00
Teaspoon - Fiddle Pattern - Cupar circa 1820 by Robert Robertson - 14.1cm long - JU/4442

Cupar Teaspoon by Robert Robertson





Details

A very rare fiddle pattern silver teaspoon from this scarce Scottish provincial centre. The spoon is in fine condition with a good thick bowl tip. There is an engraved "CG" script monogram and the number "8" (presumably once part of a set of 12 or more) to the front terminal. It is clearly marked "RR", "thistle, thistle, "RR".

 

Cupar is a small market town in the Howe of Fife, to the north of Edinburgh.

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