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DESCRIPTION Good antique English Georgian solid sterling silver mote spoon with a long bowl drop and exceptionally good hallmarks for these items.
SILVERSMITH Joseph Steward II, first registered mark 29th January 1755. Joseph was apprenticed to Richard Pargeter and then Richard Bayley, both spoonmakers, and you can find one of Pargeter's mote spoons in my SOLD Mote Spoons section, m6872.
DATE or HALLMARK late 1750s to early 1760s
ASSAY OFFICE London
WEIGHT in GRAMS 8
HEIGHT 5 ", 148mm
SILVER STANDARD 925 sterling silver
CONDITION excellent, traces of original fire grey to stem and around drop

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