GEORGE II SILVER HASH SPOON
Thomas Jackson (probably), London, 1734-5
Of heavy gauge silver, in the Hanoverian pattern with strong upper ridge and facet drop heel, the terminal engraved
with the crest of a bull’s head erased (Fairbairn's 19-3); the drop heel engraved 7 ? oz. (troy)
Condition: The spoon is in excellent condition. The marks are cast over, with maker’s rubbed.
Thomas Jackson was the only possible correlation to the discerned information (T.J - very rubbed).
Note: Hash spoons are very large basting spoons, over 13” in length, that were used for serving hash
(mixture of potatoes and meat) in the 18th and 19th centuries.
7.5 oz. (Troy)
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