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Antique Runcible Spoon in Sterling Silver
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Sterling Silver Runcible Spoon - Antique Victorian


An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Victorian sterling silver Fiddle and Shell pattern runcible spoon; an addition to our silver flatware collection

SKU C2110

This exceptional antique Victorian sterling silver runcible spoon has been crafted in the Fiddle and Shell pattern.

The runcible spoon has four tines with a plain rounded drop.

The reverse surface of this sterling silver spoon incorporates a rounded heel to the bowl/drop.

This exceptional example of antique Newcastle silver was crafted by George Hay Gowland & Clement Gowland of Gowland Brothers.

* A runcible spoon is a fork curved like a spoon, typically with one prong sharpened to the outer edge for cutting. Learn more about runcible spoons.

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Maker: Gowland Brothers (G H Gowland & C Gowland)

Date: 1862

This antique runcible spoon in sterling silver is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and is in exceptional presentation condition.

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

Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this example of antique Victorian silverware.

Length 23.5cm/9.3"

Length of bowl 4.1cm/1.6"

Width of bowl 3.5cm/1.4"

1.8 troy ounces/56.5g

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