This is a very good Antique Silver Georgian Tablespoon 1796 by Thomas Streetin.
It has a bright cut wrigglework and wavy line pattern to the front of the handle with a flower head to the top of the pattern.
The Old English pattern is to the back of the handle with the rest being completely plain.
Made from a good guage of silver and has clear hallmarks
Assay Office: LONDON
Makers Marks: Thomas Streetin
Dimensions: 15.15 cms long in total with the bowl being 5.3 cms long, 2.85 cms wide at its widest point.
Condition: It is in good condition with just some surface scratching which is only to be expected on a metal item and is commensurate with age and use and this spoon is nearly 220 years old.
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