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An unusual set of six George II silvergilt Teaspoons. Made in London circa 1745 by Elias Cachart.

£ 565

The silver gilt teaspoons are modelled in the Hanoverian pattern and are decorated on the front of the stems with unusual shell details, scrolls and flower heads. The reverse of the bowls are decorated with a raying shell motif. The spoons are in excellent condition and are each marked with the maker's mark and sterling mark.

Length: 4.45 inches, 11.13cm