Set of 6 Bright-cut Silver Teaspoons, 1782

6 Georgian silver bright cut teaspoons London 1782 by George grey
6 Georgian silver bright cut teaspoons London 1782 by George grey DSCN9069 DSCN9071 DSCN9072 DSCN9073

£132.00

Teaspoons (6) - Bright-cut engraved - London 1782 by George Gray - 12.5cm long; 68g - DA/3241

These are a lovely set of six Georgian silver teaspoons that were made by Hester Bateman and retailed by the prestigious late 18th century London retailer George Gray - the latter having struck his "GG" maker's mark over the original "HB" maker's mark - remnants of the cursive Hester Bateman marks can be still be spied on a number of spoons.

With their attractive swirl of bright-cut engraved decoration down the stems, these are particularly fine examples of antique silver teaspoons from the George III period that further benefit from being in excellent condition with crisp decoration and unworn bowls and an original engraved betrothal triangle to the front terminals.