Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this magnificent set of four solid silver gilt spoons made by silversmith Henry William Curry in London, 1871.
All four spoons feature an excellent fully gilt (gold on solid silver) colour which remains in very good order.
The entire spoon is made from a very thick gauge of sterling silver - an indication to its overall high quality which is ever more apparent upon picking it up in hand.
The handle of the spoons features a highly decorative embossed and chased design of flowers, scrolled leaves and a figural head.
The bowl of the spoon provides for an ample scooping size, ideal for tablespoon usage or as a small serving spoon.
A full set of English hallmarks are present to the reverse side of the spoon.An excellent addition for display or practical usage for an indulging dining experience.
- Size (mm) Length: 180mm Width: 45mm
- Size (inches) Length: 7.08 Width: 1.77
- Total Weight: 296 grams (10.4 oz)
Excellent Condition - The spoons are in excellent antique condition no damage or issues. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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