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Two Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Tea Spoons Circa 1795
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Two Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Tea Spoons Circa 1795 Two Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Tea Spoons Circa 1795 Two Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Tea Spoons Circa 1795 Two Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Tea Spoons Circa 1795

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Two Antique Scottish Sterling Silver Hallmarked George III Old English Pattern Tea Spoons Circa 1795

£76.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: circa 1795
ORIGIN: Edinburgh, Scotland
MAKER: William Davie
WEIGHT: 1.25 troy ounces (1.38 ounces or 39.00 grams)
ENGRAVINGS: Altora Peto which translates as "Seek higher things"
STOCK CODE: W051641a

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Item Description

These are a pair of delicate little Scottish teaspoons, with the lovely Thistle hallmark on them. They have a wonderfully positive motto engraved on the ends which reads "Reach of higher things" and the crest (see pictures). They show some signs of wear to the tip of the bowl commensurate with age, but their allure is not at all compromised by this

13.5cm 5 1/2"

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

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