1721 A SCARED PAIR of GEORGE I SOLID SILVER RAT TAIL TABLESPOONS - HENRY CLARK
1721 A SCARED PAIR GEORGE I SOLID SILVER RAT TAIL TABLESPOONS - HENRY CLARK - 100 grams
Description - Splendid early 18th century George I pair of good gauge solid silver rattail Hanoverian pattern tablespoons
The terminals of each were engraved underneath with a roaring lion crest.
Both are fully hallmarked with the leopard's head for London and dated with the letter "F" for the year 1721 and the maker's mark "HC" for the 1720 mark for Henry Clarke I.
The lion passant on an item of silver guarantees that the silver is at least 92.5% pure, which is the sterling standard from 1721
Condition - In excellent condition with a good patina
Dimensions & Weight - 20.2cm long
The combined weight is 100 grams.
Condition - The spoons are in good condition, the hallmarks are worn in places. The Makers Mark and Date Mark are rubbed but readable. (please see the images).
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