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Antique William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle and Shell Pattern Dessert Spoon 1837
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Antique William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle and Shell Pattern Dessert Spoon 1837 Antique William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle and Shell Pattern Dessert Spoon 1837 Antique William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle and Shell Pattern Dessert Spoon 1837 Antique William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle and Shell Pattern Dessert Spoon 1837

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flatware , medicine spoon , spoon , table spoon

Antique William IV Sterling Silver Fiddle and Shell Pattern Dessert Spoon 1837

£65.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1837
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: John Wintle
WEIGHT: 1.64 troy ounces (1.80 ounces or 51.00 grams)
STOCK CODE: W041541

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Item Description

Fiddle and Shell pattern is one of the lesser-known variations on the classic Fiddle pattern. For those who need little more 'Va-Va-Voom' than Fiddle's pure lines offer, it's a great compromise. This spoon is a very nice example of Fiddle and Shell. It is substantial and weighty in the hand, with a nice balance to it. The patina is lovely, hallmarks crackle with crispness, the shell details are spot-on, and the crest is beautifully engraved. Absolutely no issues to report. This would make an excellent present for a Christening, wedding, anniversary, or just a welcome addition to a service of the pattern.
Length: 18.1cm (7 1/8 inches)

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

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