Fine pair of early Victorian silver Table Spoons by George Adams hallmarked London 1843

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A super pair of  early Victorian solid silver Tablespoons.  A plain polished silver with no engraving whatsoever with terminals in the Old English pattern.     On the back of the spoon are the very clear and crisp hallmarks for the London Assay office with a date mark for 1843, Lion Passant indicating the finest sterling silver and the silver maker's mark for the renowned silversmith George Adams.

A great pair of spoons, would grace a dining table setting beautifully.

Condition:  In lovely condition.

Hallmarks  London 1843 by George Adams.

Measurements: Length of each:  22 cm 

Combined weight: 134 grams (good heavy gauge of silver).

Weights and measurements are approximate.