A rare George III silver Sifter Spoon. Lovely proportions (13 cm long). The spoon has a nicely pierced bowl. There is a lightly engraved armorial to the top of the spoon terminal and on the back are the very clear and crisp hallmarks for London 1785 plus a rare incuse duty mark along with the silver maker's mark: Richard Crossley.
A superb early item and in great antique collector's condition. No dents or repairs.
Hallmarks: London 1785 with incuse duty mark by Richard Crossley.
Measurements: Length: 13 cm Weight: 16 grams
Weights and measurements are approximate.