Antique 1832 Georgian Sterling Silver Mustard Spoons
These are a beautiful pair of matching Antique Silver Condiment Spoons from the early 1800s. They would be fantastic for using to serve mustard, table sauces or salt and pepper.
They were made by William Johnson and have Georgian Hallmarks, dating them to 1832.
The spoons are larger than a lot of mustard spoons and have oval bowls. The handles have the much sought after fiddle pattern.
The back of the necks bear the Hallmarks and Maker’s Mark.
The top of the spoons are engraved with the initials REJ
They are in good condition with a bit of tarnish and light scratches commensurate with age.
They weigh together 20g. Their length is 10.7cm each (just under 4 1/4 inches).