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GOOD GEORGE II IRISH SILVER MARROW SCOOP
Alexander Richards, Dublin c1750 (no date letter)

Crested, Probably Butler of Ireland

 

 

 

Of heavy gauge silver, the usual double ended scoop engraved to the larger bowl with crest :

out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich-feathers, therefrom a falcon rising arg.,

with the contemporary conjoined script initials "IEB" or “TEB”

(Probably for Butler*, of Ireland) :

 

Butler, Ireland, out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich-feathers, therefrom a falcon rising arg.

Butler, Sir Thomas Pierce, Bart., of Cloughgrenan, co. Carlow, Ireland, out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich-feathers, and therefrom a falcon rising art.

Butler, John PIers, Esquire, a falcon displayed ppr., riding out of a plume of five ostrich-feathers arg.

 

Condition : Excellent; maker’s marks partially cast over; no date letter

 

9-3/8" Long / 2.1 oz.

 

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Six Georgian Silver & Britannia Marrow Spoons

England and Ireland, 1722-1774

(Priced Individually)

 

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Good George II Irish Silver Marrow Scoop, Alexander Richards, Dublin, circa 1750 

 

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