GEORGE II SILVER MARROW SCOOP
Richard Scarlett, London 1735
Of heavy gauge silver and in the usual double-ended form, the heel scratch-initialled
“A.C” and “1737”,
some illegible initials scratch engraved above the AC on the shaft (C C A below some 3 others)
Note : Richard Scarlett was a well known silversmith, apprenticed to his father
silversmith William Scarlett in 1710, and free in 1718.
Condition : - Excellent, with normal fine surface scratches as appropriate to age and usage;
slight wear to the marks
9” Long / 2 oz.
MARROW SCOOPS : A Collection from Queen Anne to George III
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