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A rare set of six Hanoverian Picture Back Teaspoons made in London circa 1755 by Thomas Townraw.


The Teaspoons are modelled in the Hanoverian pattern and are decorated on the reverse of the bowl with a bird, possibly a dove, holding in its beak an olive branch. This is an unusual picture to see on a spoon. Three of the spoons are engraved at the top of the stem with the contemporary initial E and the other three with the initial M. These were probably a marriage set. The spoons are bottom marked and are in excellecnt condition, with a good colour.

Length: 4.25 inches, 10.63 cm.