ASSEMBLED SET OF 6 QUEEN ANNE / GEORGE I / II BRITANNIA and SILVER
HANOVERIAN RATTAIL TABLESPOONS
1713-1734, with one Provincial example c1730
Of heavy gauge silver, each with strong upper ridge, a well shaped narrow duck-bill bowl
and rattail attachment, bearing a crest of a crane in dexter a stone
(Fairbairnes 26-11, Broese, Brookman, Denham, Gattie, Gatty, Pettyt, Petyt, Sotheran),
Pair of Queen Anne Britannia, George Cox, London, 1713, 8"
George I Britannia, Thomas Spackman, London, 1715, 8-1/16"
George II silver, John Gorham, London, 1734, (old repair to shaft), 8"
George II silver, Samuel Green, London, c1725, 7-13/16"
Interesting George II provincial, c1730, struck thrice "TW" (unidentified - 2 stars above and a rubbed device below), 8-1/4
(a similar mark with pellets above and below is shown in Jackson on a Newmarket cup, c1730)
Condition: Overall excellent; Gorham with an old well done repair to the shaft; some marks rubbed but legible, as shown;
bowls in excellent condition
11.9 Total Oz.
Cox Cox Spackman
Gorham Green Provincial
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