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English Sterling Silver Pudding Spoon Initialled SAH Georgian Antique London Circa 1809

Martin Langdon


Antique Georgian Period Lovely Quality Sterling Silver Pudding Spoon in the Fiddle Pattern engraved to the handle finial with the letters 'SAH' in a turned font, In Very good antique condition the spoon features a good set of impressed markings to the reverse indicating London assay office circa 1809 with the makers mark for William Troby, Also present is the Duty Mark for King George III.

The Spoon measures 17.5 cm in length or 7 inches and weighs 39.3 grams or 1.26 ounces Troy.

A Splendid piece of collectible antique English silver flatware that will add well to any collection as well as still being perfectly useable.