Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this fine and exquisite pair of early Victorian solid silver tea spoons made in London 1842 with the maker's mark of Sebastian Crespell.The pair features a highly ornate and desirable 'naturalistic' design with the entirety of the spoon-shaped as a leaf and branch.
Intricate engravings on the leaf bowls and the realistic form of the stem/branch indicate a high level of craftsmanship and artistry by the silversmith. Upon close inspection, the asymmetric and naturally flowing design is further apparent and is a delightful touch. Not only are these spoons practical for a wide variety of uses from tea to desserts, but are a modest yet discerning addition to any collection or interior decor for a sophisticated and nature-inspired look.
The pair is gilded with a yellowish/lemon hue that has been worn and patinated in a very attractive colour/tone.
A full set of English hallmarks are present on the reverse side of the bowl.
- Size (cm) L:10cm W:2cm
- Size (inches) L:3.93 W:0.78
- Weight: 41.8 grams (1.34 Troy oz) the pair
Good Condition - The spoon is in great antique condition, with no major damage or issues. Please note that due to its antique nature, the gilding has been worn particularly to the reverse side and is left untouched however, this 'wear' has resulted in a very beautiful light lemon gilt tone.
Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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