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A very fine & rare set of six George III 'Celtic Point' Dessert Spoons made in Edinburgh in 1794 by John Cornforth.

£ 550

The Spoons are modelled in the "Celtic Point" design, with a bright cut border on the stems. The top of the stems are each engraved with a contemporary script initial and each of the bowls display a thick tip to the end. The spoons are all in excellent condition and are very well marked. It is rare to find bright cut Celtic Point dessert flatware from Scotland and these are a quite exceptional set.

Length: 7.5 inches, 18.75cm