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Good Sterling Silver Salt Spoon Monogram Crested King George III Antique London Circa 1805

Vinces Vault

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Antique King George III era circa traditional styled salt Spoon with a goose egg bowl in the Rat Tail Pattern engraved to the handle terminal with a set of initials in a monogram format featuring the letters 'JUR' in a scrolled font.

In Very good condition for old age the salt spoon has a dark aged patination to the silver and is in undamaged condition, appearing to have seen little use in its long life.

Impressed to the reverse with clear marks indicating London assay office circa 1804 with the makers mark 'IB' likely for John Bunn, a small worker of the period.

The Spoon measures 10.5 cm in length or 4.1 inches and weighs 19.9 grams or 0.63 ounces Troy.

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