This is a very good 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 cartouche in the top of the handle has the same pattern as the handle surrounding it with 3 very fancy entwined engraved initials in it.
Apart from a middle ?A? the other two are difficult to read.
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 cms long in total with the bowl being 5.3 cms long, 2.85 cms wide at its widest point.
It is in very 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 over 220 years old.
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