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Antique George III Scottish Provincial Silver Fiddle Pattern Salt Spoon
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Antique George III Scottish Provincial Silver Fiddle Pattern Salt Spoon Antique George III Scottish Provincial Silver Fiddle Pattern Salt Spoon Antique George III Scottish Provincial Silver Fiddle Pattern Salt Spoon

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

Antique George III Scottish Provincial Silver Fiddle Pattern Salt Spoon

£38.00

YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: circa 1820
ORIGIN: Aberdeen, Scotland
MAKER: George Booth
WEIGHT: 0.39 troy ounces (0.42 ounces or 12.00 grams)
STOCK CODE: W111630

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Item Description

There are several reasons to covet this little treasure. First, it was made in Aberdeen, so by nature it is rare. Second, it is engraved with a splendid crest of a cockatrice and spear. Third, it is struck with WOW quality hallmarks, and fourth, it is one of those tiny household items that one simply cannot do without. If you serve salt in an open cellar, there is just no substitute. It has seen some use, and the bowl is not quite true, but if you consider this little object has managed to survive for almost 200 years, perhaps one can forgive it the odd imperfection.
Length: 10.8cm (4 1/4 inches)

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

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