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A rare set of six cast George II Rococo Teaspoons made in London circa 1745 by the Huguenot silversmith, Francis Harache.


The Spoons have shell and scroll bowls, with shell details on the reverse of the bowl. The slender stems terminate in swirling foliate designs and display a circular cartouche engraved with a very unusual Crest. The spoons are each marked with the incuse makers mark of Francis Harache. The Spoons are in excellent condition and are modelled in an unusual Rococo style. A pair of identical spoons, by the same maker, are shown on page 51 of The First Huguenot Silversmiths of London, by David McKinley.

Length: 4.25 inches, 10.63cm.