M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
GEORGE III SILVER MARROW SCOOP, FIDDLE, THREAD, SHELL
Maker's marks Cast Over & Rubbed, 1799 0r 1800 (date letter D)
Exceptionally long, of usual double-ended form, with small and large scoops, the verso crested
with a demi-griffin holding it its dexter claw a sword, below a motto FIDE ET VIRTUTE
(WITH FAITH AND VALOR) (64.6 Fairbairn’s)
(Gladstanes, Glaidstanes, Scotland) and chased with thread and shell
Condition : one minor dent to the larger bowl; marks cast over and rubbed;
George III profile visible; date letter also cast over, but appears to be "D"
(1799 if London, 1800 if Edinburgh)
9-7/8”” Long / 1.5 oz.
For Other Scottish Interest Silver, Please See :
Edward VII Silver Scottish Clan Badges
William Buchanan Taylor, Inverness, c1910
"S RIOGHAL MO DHREAM"
"TOUCH NOT THE CAT BOT A GLOVE"
George II Scottish Silver Salver, Viscount's Coronet over D, William Dempster,
Pair of George III Scottish Silver Large Goblets
Alexander Gardner & Co., Edinburgh, 1801
Arms of Menzies
|George II Scottish Silver Marrow Scoop, Glen, Glasgow, 1743-52|
Also See Georgian Silver Marrow Scoops & Spoons:
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George III Silver Marrow Scoop, 1799-1800, Scottish Interest, crested and motto for Gladstanes, Glaidstanes (Scotland)