1830 Fine Georgian English Chester Sterling Silver Serving Spoon 9
Presented is a fine English sterling silver serving spoon. This spoon was made in 1830 by a Chester silversmith, either John Clarke or John Coakley. The bowl of the spoon has leaflike fluting or ribbing, while the handle ias finely hand engraved with foliate decoration. The bowl has a gold wash on the interior. This piece is hallmarked with the lion passant for sterling silver, the city mark for Chester, the leopard's head mark, the date letter M for 1830, King George III's head duty mark, and the maker's mark for John Clarke or John Coakley. This piece is in great condition. There are no splits, no breaks, no dents, no monograms, no monogram removals, and no repairs. The spoon measures about 9 inches long.
The spoon weighs 72.4 grams or 2.6 regular ounces. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "robertcharlessilver" and is located in this country: US.
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- Type: Flatware - Serving Pieces
- Composition: Sterling Silver