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A very rare set of six George II Cast 'Falstaff' Teaspoons made in London circa 1750 by Thomas Dene.

£ 975

The Teaspoons are of a most unusual design and are modelled in the Hanoverian style. The shaped stems display a raised bearded male mask, now recognised as the Shakespearian character Falstaff, this is surrounded by Rococo shell and scroll details. The reverse of the stem displays foliate designs and a vacant Rococo scroll cartouche. The reverse of the bowl displays a raised shell and scroll back and the stems are marked with the makers mark and sterling mark. The spoons are in quite excellent condition. A very rare set of George II Spoons.

Length: 4.5 inches, 11.25cm.