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An exceptionally fine and heavy pair of George III Stuffing Spoons made in London in 1815 by William Eley & William Fearn.


These exceptional Spoons are modelled in the Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern, which is in very crisp condition, and is double struck, the pattern appearing on both the front and the reverse. Both are engraved at the top of the stem with a contemporary Crest, have thick tips to the bowls and very well struck marks. The stems are of a very thick gauge, a quite significant amount of silver.

Length: 12 inches, 30cm.

Weight: 14oz the pair.