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Pair Newcastle Table Spoons, 1790

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£125.00
Table Spoons (pair) - Old English pattern; Bright-cut Engraved - Newcastle circa 1790 by Thomas Watson - 22.5cm long; 113g combined weight - SK/5689

Pair Newcastle Table Spoons, 1790





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These are a really good looking pair of late 18th century silver table spoons that were made in Newcastle and bear clear sets of appropriate hallmarks - date letters were not compulsory on Newcastle-made spoons of the period. Both spoons are identically bright-cut engraved with a fan motif to the terminal alongside original "JC" initials in script to the cartouches. The spoons are in fine crisp condition with good unworn bowls.
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