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A Pair of Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Salt Spoons 1804
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A Pair of Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Salt Spoons 1804 A Pair of Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Salt Spoons 1804 A Pair of Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Salt Spoons 1804 A Pair of Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Salt Spoons 1804

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A Pair of Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Salt Spoons 1804

£76.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1804
ORIGIN: Edinburgh, Scotland
MAKER: William Marshall
WEIGHT: 0.51 troy ounces (0.56 ounces or 16.00 grams)
ENGRAVINGS: Virtute Et Labotre By Virtue and Labour
STOCK CODE: W051638

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This pair of salt spoons is in good condition with round bowls and a motto engraved on the face that translates "By virtue and Labour" with an arm holding a wreath underneath, for Clan Mackenzie. They bear the thistle hallmark for Scotland and although a little worn, the marks are fully legible.
10cm 4"

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

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