Price

£2500.00

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Good set of six QUEEN ANNE Britannia Standard silver dognose table spoons.
Maker: John Sutton. London 1705.

The full set of hallmarks are slightly worn with age but are legible while the makers mark (SU) are good and clear. John Suttons mark was the first mark on the Mark Plate. He acted as Warden for a number of years and became Prime Warden in 1707.
The tip of the back of the stem is engraved with a contemporary family crest of a hound with front right paw raised.
The bowls of five of the spoons are well shaped while the sixth bowl has obviously been used more than the others and has slight wear on the top edge.
It is rare today to find six dognose tablespoons by the same maker and of the same date.

Length: 8.2 inches (21cm)
Weight: 10 troy ounces (311 grams) the six.

Price

£2500.00

Condition report

Very good

Stock number

8903
Strictly by appointment only

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  • Members are elected for their knowledge, integrity and quality of stock
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  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
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