This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A pair of rare late eighteenth century serving spoons made in c1795 in Cork by Joseph Gibson (c1795-1820).The spoons are in the Celtic point pattern ( like old English pattern but just tapered at the end ).They are both engraved with an attractive family crest and are in good condition.Cork silver is getting increasingly hard to find and we also have a pair of eighteenth century Cork goblets and a Cork salver and also a pair of earlier eighteenth century rattail spoons at this present time.


Length 24.5 cms


4.4Troy ozs

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