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6 Hanoverian Table Spoons by Ebenezer Coker

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£595.00
Table Spoons (6) - Hanoverian - London 1758 by Ebenezer Coker - 20.8cm long; 416g - LP/6966a

6 Hanoverian Table Spoons by Ebenezer Coker








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Straight sets of 18th century silver table spoons are rare survivors and this half-dozen is in particularly fine condition with good thick bowl tips. Made by the most important flatware specialist of the 18th Century, Ebenezer Coker, these Georgian spoons have a good hefty weight and each is engraved with an original crest to the reverse terminal.

 

These six table spoons have mostly good hallmarks (all maker's marks are legible, but some date letters are a little worn) and a superb original patina. At just under £100 per spoon these represent great value for money and are a very fine set!

 

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