M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES
 

 

SET OF 6 VICTORIAN MASTER SALT SPOONS

William Robert Smily, London, 1856

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of very heavy gauge silver, in the Fiddle, Thread, and Shell pattern,

double struck with shell to terminal upper and verso, and to bowl verso

 

Mark: one of three marks, this one registered November 1852 and used only until 1856

Smily registered his first mark in 1843, and died in 1858. 

 

Condition: Excellent; without monogram or crest, or removal; best quality
 

4.5" Long / 6 Oz. Total

 

SOLD

 

 #5996

 

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 Also see :

 

 

 

Pair of George III Silver Salt Spoons

Hester Bateman, London 1781-2

Crested with a stag lodged on a mount

 

 

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Set of 6 English Master Salt Spoons, William Robert Smily, London, 1856, elaborately cast in the Fiddle Thread Shell pattern