exquisite georgian silver caddy spoon by joseph taylor birmingham 1795

EXQUISITE GEORGIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON BY JOSEPH TAYLOR, BIRMINGHAM 1795


Price

SOLD

Item Ref

AOUT66

Description

This delightful George III solid silver caddy spoon is dated Birmingham 1795 and was made by the prolific silversmith John Taylor, who specialised in small pieces and objects of vertu. The oval bowl pierced with a band of keyhole between prick-dot decorations. The handle engraved with stylised motifs surrounding a vacant reserve. The back fully hallmarked. This is a very useable caddy spoon as it is a good size. The holes allowed for impurities in the tea leaves to sift through before use.
Hallmarks:
IT for Joseph Taylor.
Birmingham Assay Mark.
Date letter "x" for 1795.
Duty Mark.
Lion Passant.
Condition:
Very good.
Handle a little misshapen, commensurate with age.
Dimensions.
Length: 7.5cm / 3 inches
Bowl: 4.5cm x 3cm / 1.4 inches x 1.3 inches.
Postage:
PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO ADD POSTAGE AT CHECKOUT.
Postage UK: 7 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: 15 International Signed For.
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Internal Ref: AOUT66


Dimensions

Height = 1 cm (1")
Width = 5.5 cm (2")
Depth = 4.5 cm (2")



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