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Georgian silver fiddle and thread pattern Salt Spoon hallmarked London 1802 by Stephen Adams II

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A very fine, Georgian solid silver salt spoon, of lovely proportions in the Fiddle and thread pattern.  The spoon has a very pale gilt wash bowl.The top of the spoon terminal bears a lightly engraved armorial.  On the back of the terminal,  clear hallmarks are visible for the  London Assay Office and the Lion Passant (indicating sterling silver) and date mark for  1802.  Maker's marks are also clearly visible for Stephen Adams II

Condition:  This salt spoon is in great antique condition.  No visible dents to the silver and not misshappen. 

Hallmarks:  London 1802 by Stepehn Adams


Length:  10.8 cm 

Width of bowl:  2.8cm 

Weight:  18 grams.

Weights and measurements are approximate.