A Sterling Silver flatware Set of 6 Irish silver Table Spoons in the Fiddle PatternSOLD

This beautiful set of fiddle pattern tablespoons were made by Samuel Neville in Dublin 1801. They are of lovely proportions, longer and more elegant than English fiddle of the period, and have a really stunning patina- soft and fine.

 They are crested, as you can see, and each has a really good set of hallmarks in a lovely state of preservation. They each measure 23cm and the total weight is 392g. There is no damage or repair on any of these spoons.

Type: Spoon
Function: Dining
Maker: Samuel Neville
Country: Irish


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