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ELGIN. A very rare complete set of six George III Celtic Point Dessert Spoons made in Elgin circa 1780, makers mark of CPS.


These very rare spoons are modelled in the Celtic Point design and the elegant stems are engraved with bright cut designs and a flower head. The prick dot navette shaped cartouche is engraved with a set of contemporary script initials. The spoons are in excellent condition and are marked with the makers mark of CPS and the rare mark for Elgin of E on its back and LN for Elgin. Work from this very small centre of Scottish production very seldom appears on the market today.

Length: 6.4 inches, 16cm.