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Extremely rare crested George III silver spoon Birmingham 1773 Matthew Boulton John Fothergill

This extremely rare crested George III silver table spoon was made in Birmingham in 1773 (the first year of the assay office which Matthew Boulton helped set up) by famous silversmith Matthew Boulton and John Fothergill and measures 8.25 inches in length and is crested to the front with a bird of prey and is fully hallmarked to the back of the stem, the bowl is well formed and the spoon in very good condition, a very collectable spoon.


Price: £285.00

Quote ref: boulton

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