GEORGE II SILVER HASH SPOON
William Soame, London, 1735-6
The large heavy gauge silver spoon in the Hanoverian pattern with upturned tip and egg-shaped bowl with double drop heel,
good upper ridge to the shaft, the terminal engraved with the initials GFA
Condition : Excellent, with several minor dings to bowl from normal wear and usage; good patination;
maker's mark struck to one side but legible;
I would pre-suppose an initial removal, but no other impressions or indentation from a removal evident
Note : William Soame is among my preferred makers for Hanoverian spoons. The shapes of his bowls
and feel of the silver is always a pleasure to use.
14.25” Long / 5.7 oz.
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See Also :
John Gorham, London, 1749, 12-7/8" Long
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