George IV Fiddle Pattern Silver Straining Spoon

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Stock number: AS326

George IV Fiddle Pattern Silver Straining Spoon

An excellent George IV silver straining spoon.

It is in the ever popular Fiddle pattern. The bowl has a special vertical divider which is pierced.

It is engraved with a contemporary crest on the end of the handle.

This is a great example of a straining spoon. It was designed to allow thick gravy to be scooped up in one half, and strained into the other half. It is a very good weight for its size, and the silver hallmarks on the back of the handle are very clearly struck.

This lovely George IV fiddle pattern silver straining spoon was made in 1820 by Thomas Barker of London.

  • Length:
    11 3/4 inches (29.8 cm)
  • Weight:
    4.3 oz (135 g)

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