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Irish Hook End Basting Spoon

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£440.00
Basting Spoon - Hook End - Dublin 1758 by Alexander Richards - 29.4cm long; 122g - NW/3056

Irish Hook End Basting Spoon






Details

This is a great, large example of a mid-18th century basting or stuffing spoon with the handle terminal having the diagnostic hook-end in the typical Irish fashion for the period. There is a large engraved crest featuring a winged lion to the front - this was the heraldic symbol of Mark the Evangelist. The spoon has a generous sized bowl and is in fine condition with a clear set of Dublin hallmarks.
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