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Antique Victorian Solid Silver Teaspoon, Hallmarked 1853

Antique Victorian Solid Silver Teaspoon, Hallmarked 1853

Regular price £62.00 GBP
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Here we have a lovely Antique Sterling Silver Teaspoon Hallmarked in the Victorian 1800s. It comes in a gift bag and would be a great present.

The antique silver teaspoon has a fiddle pattern design which was very popular in the 1800s. It features a pretty etched design of a dragon at the top of the handle. The bowl is a good teaspoon size with a lip at the end that curls upwards.  

It was made by George William Adams of Chawner and Co. It was Hallmarked in London in 1853. The Hallmarks and makers mark are on the back of the handle.

The Silver is shiny with light scratches to the handle and a couple of very small dents to the bowl. It’s in good condition for a spoon that’s over 170 years old.

It weighs 21g and measures 14.2cm in length (just over 5 1/2 inches).

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