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1822 DUBLIN A set of 6 George IV Silver Fiddle Pattern Dinner spoons

1822 DUBLIN A set of 6 George IV Silver Fiddle Pattern Dinner spoons

Early 19th-century set of 6 George IV Silver Fiddle Pattern Dinner spoons.


What Is a Dinner Spoon?

At 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 inches long, dinner spoons, also known as place spoons, are larger than teaspoons but smaller than tablespoons, which are typically used as serving pieces. In modern flatware sets, the teaspoon stands in for the dinner spoon, which you may find more often in older antique sets of flatware. With a relatively deep, oval bowl, multifunctional dinner spoons can be used for table serving, eating soups, cereals, desserts, chilli, ravioli, and more. 

The round bowled soup spoons were a Victorian invention.


Assayed in Dublin.


It is dated 1822--year letter B.

The maker is silversmith James Scott.


Hallmarks are excellent!


They have rattail bowls.


The length is 7.125 inches. It weighs a hefty 275 grams (8.84 troy ounces) and each piece is made of very thick gauge


It is engraved with a unicorn crest.

Comes in good used order commensurate with item over 200 years old.


Stem is thick and strong.


A really useful Irish set of silver.


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