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William IV Sterling Silver pair Fiddle Pattern Tablespoons 1832
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William IV Sterling Silver pair Fiddle Pattern Tablespoons 1832 William IV Sterling Silver pair Fiddle Pattern Tablespoons 1832 William IV Sterling Silver pair Fiddle Pattern Tablespoons 1832 William IV Sterling Silver pair Fiddle Pattern Tablespoons 1832

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bleeding bowl , bon-bon dish , brandy saucepan , butter dish , dish , entree dish , flatware , fruit basket , medicine spoon , pap boat , punch bowl , rose bowl , spoon

William IV Sterling Silver pair Fiddle Pattern Tablespoons 1832

£175.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1832
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: William Bateman
WEIGHT: 3.70 troy ounces (4.06 ounces or 115.00 grams)
STOCK CODE: W041532

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Item Description

The grandson of the famous Georgian lady silversmith, Hester Bateman, carried on his family's business until he retired to live out his life as a country gentleman. This pair of spoons a lovely example of his work. They have a lovely patina, crisp marks, and beautifully engraved crests. A splendid wedding present, as they go with everything. There is a minor 'ping' to the bowl of one spoon, otherwise they are in cracking condition.
Length: 22.6cm (8 7/8 inches)

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

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