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6 Cork Table Spoons, 1810
6 Cork Table Spoons, 1810 6 Cork Table Spoons, 1810 6 Cork Table Spoons, 1810 6 Cork Table Spoons, 1810 6 Cork Table Spoons, 1810


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6 Cork Table Spoons, 1810


ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: Joseph Gibson
WEIGHT: 13.89 troy ounces (15.24 ounces or 432.00 grams)

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Straight sets of Cork made silver flatware are very scarce and these make an excellent set of fiddle pattern table spoons. The spoons are a good large size with a generous bowl making them ideal for serving purposes. Each spoon bears an engraved crest of a rearing antelope or ibex below script initials. The reverse side are clearly marked "GIBSON" and "STERLING" in the typical Irish provincial manner. These spoons are in excellent original condition throughout and retain their good, thick bowl tips.

OFFERED BY: Antique Silver Spoons
Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire, GL17 0DD, United Kingdom View map

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