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A very rare set of four George II Silver Gilt Cast Harlequin Teaspoons made most probably in London circa 1745.


These exceptionally rare spoons are cast and silver gilt and the stems are modelled to simulate the trunk of a tree with a Harlequin figure standing against it. The bowls are formed as leaves with a textured surface to simulate the veins of the leaf and raised flower heads. The condition of the spoons is excellent and the quality of design and production is exceptional. Harlequin Teaspoons are extremely rare and it is most unusual to find a set today.

Length: 4.75 inches, 11.88cm.