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Newcastle Sterling Silver Old English Feather Edge Pattern Table Spoons - Antique George III


An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique Georgian Newcastle sterling silver Old English Feather Edge pattern table spoons; an addition to our silver flatware collection

SKU A5022

These exceptional antique Georgian Newcastle sterling silver serving spoons have been crafted in the Old English Feather Edge pattern.

The anterior surface of each spoon stem and handle is encompassed with feather edge decoration and embellished to the terminal with a flat engraved scrolling leaf design.

The handle terminal incorporates the contemporary bright cut engraved initials 'MAF'.

The reverse of these Georgian spoons are plain and unembellished, with single drop heels.

These exceptional Newcastle silver spoons were crafted by William Stalker & John Mitchison in 1774; it can be determined due to the hallmarking system this piece was one of the first items of silver created using this maker's mark.

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Maker: William Stalker & John Mitchison

Date: 1774

These antique silver table spoons are an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional condition.

The flat engraved and bright cut engraved crests are very crisp in keeping with age

Full hallmarks struck to the reverse of each handle are all very clear; the hallmarks are struck deeply due to the exceptional gauge of silver.

Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these examples of Georgian silverware.

Length 22.2cm/8.7"

Length of handle 14.1cm/5.6"

Length of bowl 8.1cm/3.2"

Width of bowl 4.5cm/1.8"

4.5 troy ounces/141g

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