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Fiddle & Shell Master Salt Spoon, 1837

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Fiddle & Shell Master Salt Spoon, 1837 Fiddle & Shell Master Salt Spoon, 1837
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As described by Agtracker

Sterling silver master salt spoon by William Eaton of London. The handle has a threaded fiddle and shell design, and the bowl is lightly gilded. Back of handle is marked with William Eaton maker's mark, the London city mark, the sterling assay mark, the 1837 date mark, and the King William IV duty mark. The handle is engraved with a family crest design.

About the Seller


Ruy Hermosillo has been selling fine art and antiques in the Los Angeles area since 2000. His major areas of interest and knowledge are antique silver, art, and jewelry. He's a product of the 1960s, so he loves all Mid-Century Modern furniture, art, and decorative items. He tries his best to have happy customers and long-lasting business relationships.

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Product Information

Country of Origin:
sterling silver
4.25" L x 1" W