This superb pair of GEORGE IV SILVER BERRY SPOONS were made Emmanuel Levy and assayed in Exeter in 1817.
The Spoons have gilded, fluted bowls with a later embossed fabulous decoration of a vase with flowers and foliage surrounded by an intricate reeded border. Further engraved decoration to the handle leading to a blank cartouche, make these spoons exceptional.
In fabulous condition despite being over 200 years old, these stunning Silver Berry Spoons are all the more special as they carry the rare Exeter hallmark.
Used / Excellent
There is no damage and no repairs.
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|Size||Length – 8.75” / 220mm|
|Weight||134gm / 4.32ozt (Pair)|
|Assay Office||Three Turrets – Exeter|
|Lion Passant||English Sterling Silver (0.925)|
|Maker's Mark||EL – Emmanuel Levy|
|Monarch's Head||Duty Paid|
|Year Letter||‘a’ - 1817|
Rare Pair of Silver Berry Spoons – Exeter 1817
- Product Code: BS_961817
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