M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS

 

 

UNASCRIBED PROVINCIAL SILVER MARROW SCOOP

England, Mid-18th Century

Marked thrice with an hour glass shape and cross (or dagger)

 

 

Of heavy gauge silver and usual double ended form with drop heel, the large bowl engraved with two crests :

 

“A demi-dragon with wings addorsed holding between the claws a battle-ax erect” (not traced),

 Over “a goat passant”

 

(Ailmer, Apletree, Baynton, Bedford, Blaxton, Brune, Carvill, Chandos-Pole, Crow, Gibball, Goat, Gwynne-Hughes, Handcock, Harvill, Hay, Hay-Gordon, Hollowell, Hugworth, Kemp, Kervyle, MacMahon, Malby, Napean, Nepean, Painter, Penhallow, Rufsell, Russel, Sacheverell, Sully, Williams)

 

Marks : Thrice with a cast-over mark, apparently an hour glass shape with a cross or dagger, and another mark

 

Condition : Excellent

 

8.5" Long; 1.7 oz

 

SOLD

 

#6781

 

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Also See

 

 

MARROW SCOOPS : A Collection from Queen Anne to George III

(available individually)

 


 

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Mid-18th Century British Unascribed Silver Marrow Scoop, Thrice Marked Hourglass & Cross (or dagger)