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A very fine pair of George III Stuffing Spoons, of unusual length. Made in London in 1795 by George Smith & William Fearn.


The Spoons are made in the Old English Pattern and have unusually long stems which are engraved at the top with contemporary initials below a Bishops Mitre. The Spoons are in excellent condition and have very good bowls. Both are fully marked on the reverse of the stems.

Length: 13.75 inches.

Weight: 12oz.