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Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoon 1838
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Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoon 1838 Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoon 1838 Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoon 1838 Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoon 1838

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chalice , Christening spoon , goblets , Jam spoon , napkin ring , tea spoon

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoon 1838

£38.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1838
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: William Eaton
WEIGHT: 0.80 troy ounces (0.88 ounces or 25.00 grams)
STOCK CODE: W041512

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Teaspoons. We never have enough of them. They are just so useful, and they make a very welcome and practical (being aseptic, germs cannot survive on silver, that is why church chalices and baby feeding implements were always silver) Christening gift. The example here is as good as they come in the popular Fiddle pattern. A distinguished patina from generations of careful use, really clear hallmarks, nice weight, and a marvellous, beautifully engraved crest make this a sound acquisition.
Length: 15cm (5 7/8 inches)

OFFERED BY: Heraldic Silver Ltd
By appointment only, London, United Kingdom View map

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