Price

£285.00

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A rare George II Channel Islands Silver Hanoverian pattern Table Spoon, the handle with double-drop to the bowl and engraved with offset contemporary initials 'E.P.'.

By Philippe Le Vavasseur Dit Durell, Jersey, circa 1740.

Flatware is a term often used to encompass all kinds of antique silver cutlery, from teaspoons to toasting forks. Many were made for purposes which are now deemed obsolete, such as spinach forks, which make them even more desirable among collectors of antique silver and flatware. With flatware, the pattern and maker can sometimes be more important than the item’s age, especially if the item is handmade with a bespoke design. Here at Steppes Hill Farm Antiques, we stock a range of flatware from the Georgian and Victorian eras, specialising in the unusual or rare patterns and makers including Scottish and Irish examples. We would be glad to offer you our expert advice on any of our items.

Dimensions

H 19.3 cms (7.60 inches) W 4.2 cms (1.65 inches)

Weight

44.40 Grams (1.43 troy ounces)

Price

£285.00

Condition report

In good condition with no damage or repair, two very minor dinks to the bowl

Stock number

TRS300822F
Open Monday-Saturday 10-6; appointment advisable

The BADA Standard

  • Since 1918, BADA has been the leading association for the antiques and fine art trade
  • Members are elected for their knowledge, integrity and quality of stock
  • Our clients are protected by BADA’s code of conduct
  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
  • Bada.org is a non-profit site: clients deal directly with members and they pay no hidden fees
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