This exceptional antique George III Newcastle sterling silver gravy straining spoon has been crafted in the Old English pattern.
The plain bowl of this gravy spoon incorporates an integrated subtly domed strainer to the left side ornamented with pierced circular motifs.
The anterior surface of the handle terminal and stem is plain and unembellished.
The reverse of this antique silver straining spoon features a rounded heel to the bowl and pip to the handle terminal.
This exceptional spoon was crafted by the renowned Newcastle silversmith John Langlands II; straining spoons crafted in a provincial city, such as Newcastle, are extremely rare and becoming increasingly difficult to locate.
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