Shopping cart - Cart Subtotal:£0.00

Lily Pattern Basting Spoon, 1876

Availability: In stock

£220.00
Basting Spoon - Lily pattern - London 1876 by George Adams - 30.5cm long; 198g - AS/8803

Lily Pattern Basting Spoon, 1876






Details

Lily pattern is one of the most stylish flatware patterns of the 19th century and was designed in time for the Great Exhibition of 1851 - this spoon bears the appropriate kite mark to the base of the reverse stem. Made by George Adams of Chawner & Company, the premier flatware makers of the 19th century, this is a super 12" long basting spoon that is engraved to the front terminal with an original crest. The decoration is crisp throughout, the bowl tip remains unworn and the spoon is stamped with clear hallmarks to the reverse side - an excellent spoon.
Cased Bacchanalian Serving Set, 1871

Cased Bacchanalian Serving Set, 1871

RESERVED Serving Set...

£330.00
Figural Serving Knife & Fork, 1870

Figural Serving Knife & Fork, 1870

Serving Knife & Fork (cased) - Maiden Figure Handles - London 1870 by Francis Higgins - ...
£850.00
Irish Hook-end Basting Spoon, 1765

Irish Hook-end Basting Spoon, 1765

Basting Spoon - Hook-end - Dublin 1765 by David Peter - 28.8cm long; 96g - KS/2351...
£380.00